Had a fabulous dinner here with a party of five old friends. One of our party is deaf in one ear, and we were very concerned with the noise level at the table we were initially seated at. We had reservations and asked for a quieter table. While the hostess should have been more helpful as one person traipsed around the restaurant looking for a better location (she wasn't very concerned/didn't seem to care that we were about to walk out), we were eventually seated in the booth near the kitchen. While this may seem like a less than desirable location, it was actually a great location! It was quiet, and our wait person was the perfect balance of attentiveness without being too friendly. The meal was amazing, from appetizers to dessert. Highlights include scallops, duck and risotto; creme brulee (or something like that) and another dessert that was served with a burnt sugar ice cream. The reason I'm not giving five stars is the hostess - she needs an attitude adjustment. The wait person almost made up for her. Also, I would be wary of the other tables in the bar area - they are much too wide for intimate conversations/dining. The owners/staff need to have dinner there to see that they are a bad choice for this type of restaurant.
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