Excellent service on a very busy night. Pollo Puntanesca w/o polenta, was delicious. So much food that I had it for dinner the next day. My wife had the lamb shanks and she too, had the rest for dinner the next day. Soup was excellent.
Tables are too close to each other. I can understand that this is necessary to charge the prices to keep the servers and chefs from leaving to work in Detroit. However, this really increases the noise factor. Everyone has to talk louder to hear the person to whom you are talking to.
Floor is somewhat slippery if you are wearing the wrong type of shoes. Also causes the chairs to slide in an unexpected manner.
Paul, our server was top notch. Ask to sit in his section. He's worth an NICE tip.
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