We had a gift certificate and were really looking forward to a nice meal. We arrived about 5:30 on a Sunday evening and the dining room was clean and quiet. We started out by sharing the Boston bib salad. The server split it for us (nice) but the salad itself was drowning in the dressing causing the lettuce to be limp and soggy. The avacado was soggy and not freshly cut. For an entree I had the capellini with shrimp in a tomatoe basil cream sauce. The shrimp was tough and overcooked and the pasta and shrimp were drowning in the sauce...way too much of it. My husband had the seafood risotto and while his seafood was cooked ok, the dish was drowned by once again way too much rich sauce which overshadowed the nice veggies and seafood. The busgirl was the only person that asked us how the food was and we told her. She smiled and cleared our plates and no one followed up. Our server brought a dessert menu, but based on what we had seen so far, we declined and left, and will not be back.
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