My husband and I tried Triniti although we had read mixed reviews on a local site. Food was very good, but as a dining experience it rated poor in my view. We were warmly greeted and seated immediately. Sat waiting a really long time before anyone came to our table, long even for someone very patient. Someone noticed us sitting after a while and said he would get our waiter. It was our waiter. After we finished our drinks they brought the bread. When they took the meal order we reminded them, as we specified with our reservation, that my husband has celiac disease and needed to eat gluten-free. We said we were interested in doing the five course tasting menu with wine pairings.someone came over and said it was no problem, they could adjust the dishes. Here the real problems begin. Two of the three courses, including the entree, arrived with bread things in them - stuff that obviously was not GF and had to be sent back. Fortunately for us we know and pay attention or I would have had a sick puppy on my hands for the night. Service very confused and unprofessional. when one person finished the plate was swopped away before the other was done. As a dining experience it was not relaxed because you never knew who was bringing food to your table and when. They were not understaffed - this is the way they do things clearly. Very noisy atmosphere. If this were a mid-level restaurant this would be tolerable, but our total bill, with tax and tip was $350 for two people, and that is without having an expensive bottle of wine since we did the tasting with pairings. At that price I do expect commensurate service and to have a relaxed and professionally served meal. We have had friends share a similar experience. I would not go here again although the food was very good.