I met a friend for a week night dinner at 530 to make a 730 show, and the attractive dining room was relatively quiet. The host accommodated our request for a table that was a bit private; much of their seating places parties very close to each other, practically sharing a table. The server was helpful at first, but she got slammed with the dinner rush and we didn't see much of her after our meal was delivered, which was a shame, because I would have sent mine back. The eggplant special was described as a rollantini but was fried and cold inside, not the typical baked presentation. The side of capellini was great and my dining companion enjoyed her arugula salad with shrimp.
This place is really popular judging by the size of the crowd when we left @7 but I won't rush back.
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