Middle of the week, off-season, and Timo was still crowded. Service was a trifle slow but attentive and good. Food is inventive and tasty. Portions are reasonable. Downside: music was TOO LOUD. Someone at Timo seems to think that being unable to speak to your dinner partners is desirable.
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