We were looking for a new place to go with two other couples in the East Cobb area. We all agreed that the menu looked ideal for our party. Upon arriving at the restaurant, we were surprised by what a large, roomy place it was...and surprisingly uncrowded for a Friday night. Uh oh... We ordered a bottle of very nice wine and two of the guys had Italian beer. We passed on appetizers, wanting to save room for our meals. Because the prices are somewhat high, we assumed the portions would be large, so we opted to share some meals. Big mistake! Let me generalize by saying based on price and portion sizes, the food here is about twice as expensive as it should be. My husband and I shared an Arugula salad and Cioppino (seafood stew). Our salad was $8 and consisted of a small plate of very fresh arugula, six or seven tiny pieces of diced canned beets, and one very small ball of fried goat cheese abut the size of a dime. Delicious, but worth about $4 and definitely portioned for one. Our seafood stew was $18 without pasta or $21 with. we ordered with pasta, but it came without. The stew was such a small portion that I counted the pieces...2 shrimp, 5 mussels, 2 clams, 2 tiny pieces of calamari and two bite sized pieces of fish. When we asked for our pasta, it came in a ramekin, naked, and about 1/2 c portion. Again, very delicious, in a wonderful, spicy sauce, but portioned for one person, and should have been $13. And why scrimp on spaghetti, which is so inexpensive? Our dining companions had a pizza that was $25 because it had an exotic name, and two fried eggs on it. Another friend had the lobster ravioli, and it came with 7 ravioli, which she described as bland, and undercooked. To summarize, this place has great potential, but you need to cut the prices. This is not Buckhead! The food was decent, but not phenomenal. The portions were tiny, and the service was ok, but nothing to get excited about. East Cobbers are begging for new restaurants, but this will never take off if you don't reevaluate.