Dined here with 3 colleagues/friends while attending a conference. It's a bit off the beaten track and right across from the water, though it was dark by the time we got there. The space is warm and upbeat, with a young wait staff, as others have noted. Our waiter was quite attentive and helpful, however. All dishes are started size, and the menu suggests ordering "3-5" each, which can add up. We found that ordering 3 each and sharing was plenty. The food was not Italian, per se, but rather eclectic, and was uniformly excellent. Particular favorites were the baccala in mashed potatoes, the pizzas (we ordered 3 different kinds), the beet salad and the pasta with mushrooms and truffle oil. We also had a lip-smacking nero d'avola wine. This was a highly satisfying meal ad dining experience.
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