I ended up going to Tempo for a business dinner based upon the local host's suggestion. The previous reviews give you a good idea of the atmosphere and service, so I'll just focus on the food since there were four of us:
The group appetizer was the fried calamari and was excellent. It has a light batter (not greasy at all) and is served with a fair amount of greens (arugula) so it almost feels like you're eating a salad... everyone liked it.
For the second course, we had two orders of the lobster bisque and two Cesare salads. The bisque was excellent with large pieces of lobster and was creamy without feeling too heavy. The clients liked the salads, but I can't say they were as impressed as those of us that got the soup.
We ordered two Chicken cutlet alla Milanese, one Grilled Whole Bronzino Fish and one Pan Roasted Atlantic Salmon, The chicken cutlets are huge and both guys ended up taking home leftovers. I had the Bronzino fish which was flaky and it went really well with the accompanying mashed potatoes and peppers (FYI - it says it is Bronzino is whole, but they do remove the head for those of you that don't like that sort of thing). The guy who ordered the salmon didn't talk much that night, but he finished it so I'm assuming it is good as well.
For dessert we ordered some drinks (scotch, Bailey's, etc.) along with some cannoli's and chocolate cake. There are two large cannoli, so you can split them if you want and the slice of chocolate cake was also huge (3-4 layer), so that ended up being taken home as leftovers also.
We ended up spending $440 for four people on a four course meal w/multiple rounds of drinks, so I though that was fairly reasonable for great food, excellent service and quiet atmosphere (it was a Tue night, so I don't know how weekends are). I'd definitely go back, but not order so much.
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