We stopped in here because it started to rain and we were wandering the streets looking for a dinner place. The lady that greeted us at the door was extremely nice and knowledgable of the menu. Things started out great, wonderful atmosphere, dark and romantic. A piano was in the far corner. Everything turned when a family of 6 was seated two tables down with shouting kids competing with the piano player - that quickly turned a nice, quiet meal into a train wreck. We did order the mushroom risotto and two cocktails, then appropriately left this place to go to Al Dente up the street. Nice place, but if you are looking to have a conversation, you may find it too loud to do so
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