My wife and I went for dinner. This was my first visit; she had had lunch there prior.
The decor is up-scale industrial and welcoming. The servers were prompt, maybe too prompt, and the orders were accurate. By too prompt, I mean we felt rushed. There were many empty tables, but the server was trying to turn the table over quickly and rushed the service. Our entrees appeared long before we were done with our appetizer/salad course. This is not good.
The food was a mixed bag. Some of it was excellent, some good, some not-so-good. The antipasto plate was excellent. The charcuterie and cheese were above average and the toast served with it was very good. My wife liked her salad, but said it wasn't special.
My gnocchi dinner was flat, uninteresting, non-standard, and just blah. Somebody decided to play with the concept of gnocchi and make big disk-shaped pieces. It was an epic fail. It changes the texture in horrible ways, making it spongy, soft, and generally unappetizing. The sauce was adequate, but just barely. Stay away from this dish.
My wife had the chicken penne and was pleased. I took one bite to see and got a mouthful of dry chicken breast. But the flavor was good.
The gelato for dessert was excellent. It isn't made by the restaurant, but by a local shop. This, along with the antipasto plate, may have been the best of the dinner.
The wine list is short, but well balanced. The Albarinho we had was outstanding.
Unfortunately, this place is pricey. I'm not sure it is worth the cost overall. I would stop here for an antipasto and a glass of wine in the outdoor seating on a summer day. But I would skip having dinner here.
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