We happened into this little Italian restaurant for sunset, some wine and to smoke a cigar. (They ave two outdoor smoking areas). We were quite pleased with the wait staff so decided to blowoff our original dinner destination and stay. Along with a second botle of wine we enjoyed a delicious risotto with shrimp, very tasty raviolis and a flavorful lasagna. They make their own pastas for several if heir dishes. I would skip the Cioppotti as it as almost no seafood in it. More of a tomatoe based vegetable soup with a little seafood.
Sunset was quite rewarding but the we moved to the outside dining area in the back as the street nose in this area is very loud. It s in the first block or two where the new Malecon ends and buildings are back at street front.
We will return when in the area again.
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