It's the little things that show this restaurant cares- sparkling wine and delicious bread at the beginning of the meal and sorbet after appetizers. Service is attentive but not rushed. The menu is not too adventurous but has something for every taste. The scallop and smoked duck as well as the short rib appetizer were a bit pricey for the portion size. There are gluten free options for pastas, though on one occasion, the capellini could have used an extra minute. The food is generally well prepared but not blow-your-socks-off. The restaurant has always been busy and filled with happy chatter on the weekends that I have been there and the crowd is a mix of well-dressed couples, family, or good friends. Overall, good experiences here.
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