I took my wife to Pecorino for Valuntine's Day. We usually never go out for a holiday like that, but I was delighted that we did. The food was outstanding - I had an all-ster dinner with the octopus salad, the sole in parchment, and the pear au gratin. Un- bloody - believable. Enjoyed it all with an excellent red from Multipuciano. I haven't enjoyed myself as much in a restaurant for quite a while, and this was on a busy night! Service was great. The waitstaff, including the busboy, were delightful. The owner, even though he was very busy, spent alot of time clowning around with us (p.s., he is the only Italizn that I have meant who is not obsessed with soccer -er football - but I am a sports nut, so I had a great time with him anyway. The atmosphere was very reminisent of a number of places in Rome that we have been to. Whenever I get back from Italy, I always lament that the Italian places in the US are never as good as those in Italy. - Pecorino clearly was! i see why my friends recommended it to me. My wife had an excellent lentel soup, an excellent lobster-asparagus pasta, and their strawberry / almond tower. You'll over it, but please don't take the last reservation on a night that I want to come back. Finally, I have no conflicts of interest to declare - just a happy first-time diner.
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