The Osteria is an attractive restaurant but one of our dishes was somewhat disappointing. There was a lot of up-selling of menu items by the wait staff. My husband ordered Linguine Del Pescatore which was described as mussels, clams, shrimp & calamari in a white wine, garlic & tomato sauce. The shrimp was skimpy and the chef added salmon to the dish, but it didn't enhance the shellfish. I had the mushroom ravioli which was plate licking good. I found the restaurant to be more appealing than the courtyard.
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