We went at dinner time and did not have reservations so we had to wait. To our surprise the wait was only about 20 minutes for 2. We lucked into what we thought were great seats at the front "bar top". Our waitress was very nice. We enjoyed a dozen oysters on half shell for app. Then for entree I had seared tuna with asparagus, delish! My husband ordered the cioppino and it was good but overly smokey. This restaurant is open and loud, not a quiet, quaint little place. The live music was nice even though we could not see them from our seats.
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