Went here for a romantic date with my girlfriend. The atomosphere is pretty nice. It somehow manages to blend low-key with classy very well. Everything looks nice and is romantic, yet it had a hometown feel to it.
The waitress was an interesting character. Her waiting abilities weren't great (she was slow and failed to notice empty drinks) but she had some personality to her so it didn't bother me. She chatted with us bit and made great food and wine recommendations.
The menu was pretty good. There were a few good choices and the waitress recommended a killer dish that I'd never heard of involving veal and ricotta cheese (Veal Angela maybe?). I really enjoyed it, but more because it was an interesting dish than because of the cooking. Kudos to whoever designed the menu, but the cook was a little weak. The food was a bit pricey for the quality, but nothing outrageous.
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