The sign says Pasta E Vino and the menu is redolent of France or Italy, but the dishes have a definite Chilean flavor. Or bottle of Casa Silva Los Lingues Gran Reserva Carmenere 2010 from Chile's Colchagua Valley went perfectly with duck, seafood, and vegetarian pastas as well as the spaghetti carbonara. The waiter made us think we could speak Spanish. Desert was a delight. It was fun listening to the lovely loud young ladies at the bar, though we could not understand what they were saying.
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