Last year we raved about the quality of food at this restaurant. We couldn't wait to try it again when we arrived here in Florida for the winter. In New Hampshire, there is an old saying.... "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!". Sadly, the new owners seemed to have never heard that expression. The bread is now for toothless people, instead of the wonderful crusty, chewy kind they once served. The oil used for dipping is now a cheaper, tasteless concoction. The calamari our guests ordered for an appetizer arrived cooked to a crisp, dark brown in color and chewy, instead of light gold and succulent. Although we complained, no adjustment was offered or made to the check. I ordered linguini with frutti di mare, and for $25.00, got 2 shrimp, 2 clams, and a handful of gritty mussels. The ladies entrees arrived, but without the side of pasta mentioned on the menu. Again, no adjustment. The wine I ordered from the list did not come, as "they just ran out, but, the house wine is just as good". It was not, and we paid the same price for an inferior vintage. Three of the four of us for dinner were born in Italy, and know and appreciate good Italian food. This has become more like an Olive Garden venue.
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