We read the reviews and were skeptical, but my GF heard that they had gluten free pasta, so we braved a try. I could go through all the specifics, but in a nutshell....the food was OK, not bad, but not great. And, Italian food at these prices should be great. Another reviewer's "overpriced mediocrity" hit the nail on the head. Service was OK, though we waited a long time for our check. We were compelled to want to leave as the tinny, disco/club music that was playing did nothing to encourage a nice, relaxing dining experience. Overall, would not go back, nor recommend.
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