I have been to this restaurant for dinner and happy hour a handful of times. They have a great selection of wine and I was impressed with their offering of organic chicken (quite a rarity in the neighborhood). Happy hour appetizers were slightly above average, but I'd stay away from the artichoke as it was undercooked on two different occasions.
I recently had lunch at this location and was greatly disappointed. The restaurant was empty on a Friday at lunch and yet the service was pathetically slow. We went our entire meal without drink refills and the waitress was overall Inattentitive and unapologetic. I requested a dish without onion and was told that it couldn't be modified as it was a mix (which scared me that the food is already prepared and unfrozen, though I have no proof of this). The three course lunch is not worth it's price tag. I prefer Rustico's (down the street) lunch offering and service.
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