We returned after a 5-year visit and it was really nice to see it hadn't changed a bit. The service was extraordinary. We were a party of 4, two couples really. The table is given Brushettas instead of bread, although fresh bread was an option. The wine wasn't expensive...we had a great $35 Chardonnay. The sea bass was delicious, served with a champagne risotto. Others had a special order linguine with seafood, a grouper with a tomato dressing, and a homemade five-cheese penne that were all delicious. For dessert, we shared a tiramisu and an apple pastry with ice cream. Everything was delicious. The atmosphere was nice, great for conversations. I am definitely going to come back.
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