We had a late dinner on a Wednesday night. No crowd, but thankfully Tuscany was still serving as Ballo had closed at 845pm! We sat "outdoors" and enjoyed the atmosphere as the restaurant was fairly empty inside. I was very tempted by the private curtained booths though - they looked cool. The wine list is extensive but the martini menu was mostly desserts in a glass and a little dated. I had the pear martini which was ok. The fig and prosciutto flat bread was delicious. As was the veal ravioli dish. I would eat here again.
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