I've been here a bunch of times over the last decade and always left full and content. There's a delicious flat bread/bruschetta amuse bouche which may be my favorite part of every meal; specials and mains somehow consistently fall short on flavor. The quality of proteins is undeniable, but the care and concern one might wish for in every dish just isn't quite there. They think their tiramisu is their best dessert, by the way, but it's scarcely authentic. Best is to grab some of their gelato across the parking lot for dessert. Bizarrely, it's tough to get off the menu in the main restaurant. Service verges on the terrible, with waiters in the dark in the corners avoiding eye contact at all cost.
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