We found the restaurant full and extremely noisy on a Friday night at 8pm. We were first seated in a booth where we could not hear our own thoughts. Nicely, the waitress indicated that there were tables upstairs, where it is much quieter. So we moved upstairs, where there was a table of 20 people, fortunately not noisy, and some less than desirable music, that was turned down on our request. So, our requests were honored nicely. Unfortunately, the upstairs dining room is pretty much bare and not attractive at all. The kitchen was clearly overwhelmed by the number of diners and it took 30 minutes to get our crostini appetizer, which was good. It took another 30 minutes to get our main courses: osso bucco and veal saltimbocca. Both were plentiful, especially the osso bucco, and good. The osso bucco was especially expensive at $35, whereas the other main entrees were in the range $18-22. The menu is extensive. We skipped wine, which is rare for us, because we thought that $40 for a bottle of wine (all bottles were $40) is too much for a rather ordinary restaurant in Bentonville.
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