Their menu features "Italian coastal cuisine" and it holds true. Many fish dishes, often with inspired vegetable pairings, sauces, etc. Open only a few months, this place has a wonderful bar scene in front and a large, airy, light dining space in the back with high ceilings and a large number of skylights, which should provide lots of natural light during the daytime (we ate at night).
The service was attentive, the dishes served at an appropriate pace and the food was terrific. They provide freshly sliced, crusty Italian bread. Only negative was a relatively small portion for each of our entrees.
Altogether, a nice addition to the upper west side. Another plus is that it is just across the street from the Museum of Natural History and the Rose Planetarium, so it convenient for those who wish to stimulate their mind and then their palate in quick succession.
Approximate cost is $80 per person for 3 course dinner, drinks, tax and tip.
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