You already know just by where you are that it's going to be on the expensive side. Ignore that and enjoy the ambiance, scenery, and great people watching. The food is terrific, we had some kind of chicken dish that had potatoes, asparagus, peas and a wonderful light sauce. My wife and I almost always split a meal and this was ample enough when paired with the complimentary bread.
The drink menu is extensive enough and we found a nice glass of Pinot Grigio for $9. We indulged in dessert as well, the decadent chocolate lava cake. Wonderful!!! A bit pricey at $10 but extremely tasty.
The service was excellent without being overbearing. Didn't have to wait long for anything, food, drinks, dessert. All in all, a very nice place to dine.
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