Two soups, two entrees, and two glasses of wine came to $100 (without service, and no coffees or desserts). Although that's not excessive, it's still on the high side for a restaurant where the quality isn't quite first rate. My soup (Tuscan bean) wasn't well seasoned and was a little bland. My companion's chowder was also nothing special. For my entree I had the haddock, served on a risotto with asparagus. The fish was a little over-cooked and the consistency of the risotto wasn't good - too sticky and lacking in flavor. Service was pleasant and professional. I'm not sure that I'll be rushing back to Brutole.
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