We were visiting from out of town--by the way we stayed at a very nice bed and breakfast nearby that I'll review separately. (But it was full of charm and the couple who run it were very nice--seemed like maybe they moved recently from Appalachia or somewhere. It was very quaint.)
Anyway on to Stino...there were 5 of us and they accommodated our request to be seated outside. As I passed the bar they had a big pitcher of wine with peaches in it and I asked if I could sample which they agreed--several in our group ended up getting it to drink. Just a nice touch that they were willing to let me sample. Our server--Nathan I think??--did a great job. Very hands on and wanted our experience to be as good as possible. Everyone's' entrees looked good and folks seem to rave about them. My lasagna was really good and extremely light--perfect for a warm summer evening. The bread--for an independent place had a "registered trade mark" sign on the menu which seemed odd--but it was tasty nevertheless. Most of the desserts are made on site and we sampled several that were good. I had (a couple) of mojitos and they had just the right amount of lime/mint/simple syrup. I'd definitely repeat and would highly recommend. Total bill before tip for 5 of us (app, 8 drinks, 5 entrees and 3 desserts) came to around $250.