This place is in the middle of restaurant competition city. You can walk to at least 20 italian restaurants at different price points. This was somewhere in the middle on price and recommended.
The Mozzarella Bar was worth it as a starter but we had some Italianophiles at the table. We has pasta dishes as main courses which were reasonable but varied in sauce quality. The dishes arrived in sequence over 5 mins meaning we waited to start. Getting parmesan cheese around the table proved a challenging exercise with three trips and a request for some cheese on the side by one diner totally throwing the waiter for a loop. No desert or coffee, $30 per person before tips, tax, wine.
The wine list has good variety by the glass, we tried Dolcetta, Super tuscan and Montepulciano at $12 per glass, all of reasonable quality. One glass was spilt on delivery to the table, the manager instructed the staff to replace it with another but we were charged for both. Polite question - charge stands, Ok ... reduce tip by $12.
We enjoyed our experience and a dinner is the company you choose to keep. The floor craft disrupted the interaction at the table and was a negative. The spilt glass of wine should have just been replaced.
I'd go again for Mozzarella but this was a quiet night and when it gets busy I would shop away from chaos and try somewhere else.
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