Went we first walked in at opening, we were not sure what to expect. The wait staff were dressed in white dinner jackets, and the place looked stuffy and formal. However, as the place started to fill, and as the food began to come out, our initial impressions changed. Three of us ordered off the three course, $38 dollar pre-theatre menu, and were not disappointed. The salads, cheese plates, meat plate and soup were good as aps. I had the pasta with the lamb ragu for the main course, and it was great. My son had the gnocci and it melted in your mouth. My daughter had the ravaoli and it was good. My wife had the fish and it was good. The desserts, especially the chocolate is worth getting. The wine list was reasonable and the service was impeccable.
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