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Had a wonderful dinner here last night with the family. They seated us quickly, nicely socially distanced on Broadway. The food was great. We enjoyed the Mediterranean cuisine. We ordered olive tapenade, grilled calamari, grilled octopus, gnocchi and lamb. We like to share plates and...they were very accommodating with the plating and timing of the dishes. Along with a nice bottle of wine, it was a pleasant experience that I would want to repeat and would recommend. The bill paying experience was also pleasant. At check out she came to the table with a small tablet clearly listing the items we ordered for review, read the items, and displayed the total. Tap or insert credit card, add a tip, approve and it’s done. We lingered a little longer. They continued to refill our water glasses. Overall a pleasant experience.More
Delicious. Fresh. Large portions. A wonderful young man was so kind and patient to help me select my bowl. They had great options, hummus, olives, incredible sauces. I really enjoyed my time here. Nice place for fresh abd delicious food.
I went to this restaurant the first weekend it was open and it was apparent that the owners and staff are experienced and professional. The first impression from the busy street is that it is a classy oasis with muted colors, beautiful tableware and a...wall with wine attractively displayed.
The staff was friendly and welcoming, but not intrusive, the menu had a wide range of choices (I am vegetarian, my dining partner is not) and although it is a wine bar, those of us who are not knowledgeable about wine feel confident with the guidance of the staff.
I am uncomfortable in a fine dining restaurant with very low lighting, but Black and Caspian has good mood lighting so the menu can be easily read.
We had several delicious appetizers, my partner had the mixed kebab, with four kinds of meat and I had a complex, very flavorful salad. We shared the Turkish baklava and a chocolate fudge cake for dessert. The whole dining experience was very enjoyable with a few good surprises thrown in.
They owners said they will be opening on weekends for brunch soon and we are excited to go back in the daytime to this lovely, professionally run restaurant.More
Date of visit: January 2020
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