My wife and I recently visited Gusto for a weeknight dinner. The restaurant has done a nice job of providing enticing indoor and outdoor seating. Clientele was clearly "neighborhood" with a good mix of children, young and old. It was clear from the conversations around us that several of the visitors on that night were regulars. That's always a good sign.
The wine list was nice but not exceptional. It had a strong tendency towards wines done in an old world style. That's not necessarily surprising at an Italian restaurant however I would have preferred more stylistic variety.
The wait staff were pleasant and friendly. We were seated rapidly and well served. Our waiter was not particularly knowledgeable about wine. He was otherwise pleasant and helpful however more wine experience would have been nice. At least in terms of the wine list.
Service was quick. The food was good, well prepared, honest food but didn't have much in terms of creativity. It's about what you would expect from a neighborhood restaurant.
Overall the experience was good. If I were in the neighborhood, I would stop by again but I wouldn't make a special trip just for Gusto.
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