First walking in, you may meet the bespectacled drop dead gorgeous hostess, with GOOGOBS of "IT"! If you're a single male, that ALONE is worth the trip. The piano will be on your left, the decent player -didn't sing- and didn't play "Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar" which would suit this place perfect. The food is fine, service-fine, decor-cool, menu-fine, prices-fine. To improve this jernt 300%, it needs lights dimmed halfway, a good dry Italian wine by the glass (Da Vinci or Masi Campofiorin), a REAL pro singer, and the pianoman needs to become an expert on "Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar". But, even without these simple improvements, this place is well worth going to, at least once. Good experience.