Overpriced noodles. Dinner for two (just entrees), without beverage other than water, without salad, garlic bread ($5.90!), appetizer or dessert is nearly $50. Nevertheless, this writer will return.
Stylishly appointed with Assaggio embossed white table cloths, and Mark Brown paintings everywhere, this upscale venue has the feeling of a New York city hot spot.
The menu selection is extensive, providing seafood, chops, chicken and vegetarian entrees. Service (Keegan and Michael) is exceedingly friendly and attentive. The food is terrific; tastes like an Italian grandmother who lives only to cook attends to the kitchen. Portions are generous.
Food is indeed terrific, it's the price of noodles that is difficult to swallow.
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