We went there on a Sunday night out of season and the restaurant was essentially empty. I had the mahi and it was OK. My wife and sister in law both had the gnocchi and they enjoyed it. My brother in law had the crabcake and rated it average. It's a BYOB, common in NJ and of course that's an advantage. Like so many BYOBs there, they hike up the prices to offset the less expensive wine. The overall dining experience for average. We had a very interesting server who grew up in Colombia and worked in NYC for many years. Some great stories ensued and that was the highlight of the evening.
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