Heading through town, there are a number of eateries, this is not the one we intended to eat at, and would not need to sample again. There were just a few tables seated, many empty, but we were made to wait standing until the lackluster server finally took her time to seat us. But we waited because the bread looked really good, and the crispy flaked pastry snacks laid out in the window of the bar looked really really tasty (they turned out to be the best part of the experience).
The pasta is recommended because it's all freshly made on the premises. Maybe that's true at some point, or for certain dishes, but mine was dried pasta from a box (I know the difference). The clams, that I was told were fresh, surprised me when presented shelled. They were indeed processed and chewy. I questioned the server, and she snapped back of course it's fresh. The second dish was an entree salad, and not bad, but no big deal. All said, overpriced, mediocre ingredients and lackluster service. Wish we had just eaten at te bar, the sample of snacks we tasted on the way out were delicious.
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