The bottom line is that it's overpriced. Wine selection was terrific, but the best I can say about the food is that it was OK overall. We had little raviolis that were excellent, but they were very small and there were only 5 of them. The rest of the meal was forgettable. My wife can make pork chops as good as she ordered, and my fish (sea bass) was kind of tough. The restaurant seems to pride itself on preparing local ingredients. In my view this is meaningless in this context. Local food should save resources--transportation and labor costs--so why is it such poor value here? A second gripe is the condescending attitude with which we were treated. I made a reservation, and we were the only customers when we got there. Even so, they would not give us a booth, because they were reserved for some undisclosed reason. They were empty when arrived, and empty when we left, having been free the whole time.