Sorry this place just needs to fire the chef. The food was just sad and overspiced; did not feel that it was authentic, more like someone tried to learn Italian food. The puttanesca was drowned in oregano & salt; the Alfredo con chicken was dry; and the four-cheese penne was overlclooked and oversauced, however the meatballs were spicy as advertised (!). Our server checked out mid-service (he was busy making himself & the kitchen drinks, which meant our plates were left unattended for a while & our chek was delayed). The gorgonzolla salad was a bit anticlimactic but as the meal wore on, we realized no glorious conclusion would ever occur. When we retuned the puttanesca the waiter offered to get us what we wanted instead; we ordered the polenta only to be told there was no more. Als
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