We are always looking for BYO restaurant establishments in the area. Ponte Vecchio is a decent choice.
On our first (and only) visit it was very empty on a Friday night. The atmosphere was very quiet and the other diners who were there were definitely on the older side. The decor probably hasn't been updated since the mid-70s or mid-80s. It didn't look run down or anything, but it certainly hasn't been updated.
The service was very attentive. Most of this is probably because of the fact that only a few tables were actually occupied. That being said, the service was solid without being too "in your face." The chef even came out and told us his specials of the evening.
The food was decent. It wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. The selection was average. Nothing that would blow you away on a menu as it was a relatively conservative Italian menu. The best part about the food was the price of the food. The prices were reasonable so I would say that it offered good value. Add in the fact that its is a BYOB, and it is a good option.
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