This is the typical show-off restaurant that pretends to be elegant and chic but the food is nothing to rave about.
I have been in less pretentious restaurants with much more refined food and prices that matched the portions. Cafe Ponte is highly overpriced and the portions are tiny. I usually think American restaurants serve way too much food (hence the custom of the "doggy bag") but you go away hungry at Cafe Ponte unless you can afford more than one entree.
I went with my husband and son and we all ordered different plates and we all were not impressed at all. It was OK food but nothing to be remembered.
If you like a very very quiet atmosphere where you have to whisper instead of talking and you enjoy a waiter that pours the wine for you, then you will enjoy this place. It's good for old couples or those who have never eaten the real Italian or nouvelle cuisine. I don't feel any desire to going back myself.....
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