We chose this restaurant because we liked its reputation for good wine and creative small plates. The wine list is indeed extensive, well chosen and priced. Location, ambiance,and staff are also good. Sadly,the small plates we had were inconsistent. The calamari was fine, lightly breaded and flavorful without being oily.The crab cakes were ok. The spicy broccoli, though, was all but inedible. It was undercooked to the point where the stems were almost raw, and the flowered heads were partly yellowed on the edges, indicating old vegetables. The antipasto plate had perhaps more olives than were necessary, but they were good, as were the crostini spreads . However, the "chef's choice" of cheeses was two nearly identical, very runny cheeses; a variety of tastes and textures would have been better. And, there was no bread or crackers to eat with the cheeses. We asked for bread, and eventually got some, though we had to wait because it had just come out of the oven "and was still frozen in the middle." When the bread arrived, it was hot, but an anemic wiener of a loaf with no particular flavor. Come on, Latitude 48, support a local bakery and get some good bread! This restaurant has promise, and though I'm giving it just three stars, I do so hoping it will improve and be a welcome addition to the local restaurant scene.
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