The only things keeping this from being 5 stars are the noise and the somewhat inattentive service. Due to the high winds, we ate inside where it is sooooo noisy. I had to work extra hard to hear what the rest of my party was saying. I was partially hoarse the next day from talking loud enough for the others to hear me. Our waiter was very helpful in guiding us during ordering, but we didn't see him again until it was time for dessert. Fortunately, the food was so good that there was nothing we needed him for -- but it would have been nice if he (or anyone) came by to see how we're doing. Our waters were refilled once. Now for the food. We ordered the Capesante Crostate (pan seared jumbo scallops) and Chilean Sea Bass al Pistachio, among other entrees. Every dish was completely clean at the end -- no one left anything over since the food was so delicious. The desserts were also as good. The Italian cheesecake could be just a little moister, but I prefer it grainy over creamy. The wine list is varied enough to find something that everyone will enjoy. Overall, it was a wonderful evening, despite the noise. I will gladly return, but probably on a calm, nice evening where we can sit outside.
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