Ended up there by accident after one of our favorites, The Woodland, was closed. Was a little more expensive then we planned. For appetizers we chose a wild mushroom risotto which was delicious! We chose a caesar salad for two made prepared tableside, a nice tasty treat. Dinner was a veal bolognese with papardelle,other dishes at table were a bocatini pasta with clams and white wine and a roasted chicken (deboned) with mashed potatoes and green beans. Dessert was a roasted pineapple cheesecake which was good but had "refrigerator taste" (the butter did too), brownie sundae and molten choc cake. With three drinks, and food bill was $162 without tip. Not bad, not good. We would go here again if our travels led us there. we enjoyed the rustic, classy, old feel of the restaurant. Waitstaff was very effective and attentive. Our waiter spoke poor english which wouldn't have been too challenging had it talked with a louder voice.
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