We visited this restaurant for dinner on Wednesday early evening and it was nice and quite. Kind of a little tricky to find but nothing that a phone call doesn't to solve. It has a small outdoor seating area, the interior is very cute with regular tables and high top tables. Waitress was very friendly and helpful. The food was ok... lets put this way, they have dishes with names similar to Carraba'sbut it doesn't get close to Carrabas taste. I ordered Chicken Marsalla and although the portion was generous, the chicken was not grilled. It tasted like the chicken was cooked in the Marsala sauce which, by the way was a red sauce with a sweet taste. The same happened to my hubby, who ordered Chicken with Lemon Sauce (similar to Chicken Piccata) . Again, chicken tasted like it was cooked in the sauce, not grilled and it was very buttery. It is fair to say that every restaurant has their own recipe. We personally didn't like our main dishes, but it doesn't mean you won't. The main dishes came with a side of pasta (regular sauce) and tossed fresh salad. We also ordered the bruschetta and it was delicious, nicely served in a star format with crispy toasted garlic bread, with fresh tomato/basil in the center. We spent $60 for a couple with small child... a little pricey since we didn't ordered wine.
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