The was our first time dining here. We came at 7:30 on a Wednesday night, plenty of space in the dining room. We had a very comfortable booth. Nice atmosphere, low, subtle lights, water fall in the background, overall a quiet dining room. The menu has a nice variety. You can have a full dinner with some tasty options, or go lighter and have a dinner salad, wood-fired pizza, burger or sandwich. We started with a wood-fired pizza topped with Prosciutto, Fig, cheese, arugula, and balsamic reduction. It was quiet tasty. As an appetizer, it was more than enough and we took 1/2 home. For dinner we had T-Bone Lamb Chops with potato gnocchi and veggie ragout, very good. I had Pan Seared Sea Scollops with 5 cheese tortellini, tomatoes, scallions an onions. It was delicious, and very rich. I could barely finish it. The entrees are not served with vegetables, so we ordered a side of spinach. Service was very attentive and well paced. It was a fairly expensive meal (expensive for the suburbs) when you add it all up. There are also other options if you want to keep the cost lower. I would return at some point. It has a nice selection of entrees, good service and nice ambiance.
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