This is a chic upscale little bistro that is nice and fun. There were some pieces that were amazing, like the fennel and apple salad. And the dried tomatoes and cured chard off the antipasto plate which they make in house were divine. But there were a few items that fell flat, namely the entrées. A rabbit pasta special was quite bland and the Stracoto Piemontese (short ribs / pot roast) was dry and lacking in flavor. Based on my perception, it would appear the chef who designed the menu was off the night I was there (a Tuesday) and the sous-chef was still a little green. The recipes and ideas behind the items served were great and had a lot of potential, but the execution appeared to have been done by someone that was following instruction and lacked an understanding of what was to be done. Like hearing a tone deaf person sing a song, I could understand what was intended and even appreciate the artistry, but the delivery was flat. I even wondered if the person preparing the entrees was a vegan. To be clear, there was nothing that was BAD, it was all fine, but the entrees were on par with a mid to high end chain (Stanfords / Macaroni Grill) and not what I would have expected from their billing. If I go back it would be on a Friday or Saturday, and hopefully my experience was due to an off night with an off kitchen. But again – the antipasti and salads were delightful and showed some real talent.