The seafood, salads, and veal were perfectly cooked. Though, $32 for a veal chop in a nondescript restaurant like this is too much money. The bread is good. The tables are well spaced, and they have a nice bar. The downside is that they rush you to order even when the place is empty. Also, the wines by the bottle begin in the $40 price range which is too high for a casual place with little vibe.
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