The fourth star here was garnered by the calamari -- a dish done in a cast-iron skillet and pan fried until a deep golden brown, served with pine nuts, tomatoes, and raisins. Other than that, my food was good, but nothing to write home about. What I will say is that this is an island of extremely high dining prices for the quality (to be expected on an island because they have to bring so many things in from the mainland). Vinny's is relatively reasonable. -- maybe a $5 markup on the food. Good prices on wine. The place was packed and popular, and I think it's fun. It is not amazing, and the food is not memorable; however, the company was, and there was nothing wrong with the restaurant. Overall, a highlight.
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