My wife and children recently had dinner at Vetri to celebrate my son's graduation from Med School. We were looking for an exceptional experience - and Vetri delivered! We were all far more than satisfied by our meal. The chef's tasting menu is the only option and we put ourselves in the hands of our server to select dishes for each of us. For our party of six, for each course (with the exception of desert which were all individual) we were given 3 different dishes so that we could share among the group. And we did. The consensus top choice were the sweetbreads with farro cream and rhubarb. Simply amazing. If I were pressed to find something to improve upon, it would probably be related to the pace of the meal. Four of our party selected the grand wine pairing and it seemed as though the wines were arriving a bit too quickly for us to be able to fully enjoy each individual wine. Even so, the meal took well in excess of two hours to complete. If we had selected a bottle or two (or even three) of wine, the pace would have been fine. The atmosphere was a bit on the noisy side as well, which made it difficult at times to clearly hear the food/wine descriptions from our server. But both of these issues were relatively minor.
This restaurant is far from inexpensive and so is best reserved for very special occasions. It is worth the money! Reservations are an absolute must and best made as far in advance as possible. (They are only accepted two months out.)
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