We had a very pleasant evening there. We had reserved a table outside or by the window, but they tried to seat us inside in a stuffy room, even though it was early and there were tables outside. We asked to be moved, and they did give us the outdoor table. Our waitress was very pleasant and knowledgable and professional. We are used to big city high prices, but everything here was way too pricey-- with entrees in the $30s and even above 40, and pastas in the 20s. I had the seafood risotto, which was tasty: al dente, the seafood tender, but there was so much saffron you couldn't taste anything. Likewise my husband got the veal Marsala: the meat was very tender and the veggies done nicely, but the flavor was just so so. At those prices, the favors should be subtle and memorable. I don't mind splurging, but it should be amazing, not just very good. The bolognese was very nice. So it is a tourist trap, but a nice one. We've learned to go down the street to Rhinoceros for a comparable meal for much less.
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