Huge portions of ok food and a very pedestrian wine list are the main features of this outpost of the Rosebud restaurant chain. The stuffed mushroom appetizer was bascially raw mushrooms filled with a bland bread crumb stuffing, mussels were ok, and the veal I ordered was tasty. Most of the wines on their list were typical, highly marketed wines from California and Italy that could be found for less money at the local grocery or liquor store. Not anything adventurous or out of the ordinary. This place isn't bad, just clearly aimed at tourists. There are much better, local Italian restaurants throughout the city.
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