The restaurant has only been open a money.. really nice layout, open, nice bar with one side open to the outside which is nice during good weather... not a lavish decor, but really nice place.
Food was "fine" -- I had the Seafood Pescatora (maybe wrong name.. combination of mussels, calamari, shrimp, scallops, etc over linguine - on the menu it was listed as "spicy" - either the chef wasn't told or my taste for spicy food is not on the same plain.
I know they are new, but was told when making reservations that they only take groups of 6 or more after 6:30 -said we had a group of 4 that really needed to get in earlier - "he tookour name and said he would get us in" - Got there at 7:30, name was not recorded, we were told our there was a 45 minute, but thru a little insistence, we were seated right away... seated in an area that had only tables for 4 and of the 6-8 other tables, they were empty and remained empty for the next 30-40 minutes... Obviously a staffing issue but really, if I waited 45 minutes and looked at the number of empty tables as I waited, a happy camper I would not have been.
Would not hesitate to go back and would recommend it to anyone... but if 2 or 3 months from now things are the same, I would likely move on to another place..
Prices were what we expected... wait staff was good, but you could tell relatively green... but so is the place.. no biggy at this juncture.
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