Late night dinner because everywhere else was closing, and Eolo welcomed us. That's the extent of the perks this restaurant extends to customers, I'd say. The chicken took us several hours to digest, the risotto (a special) was good but definitely overdone (and the quality of the rice grains was probably quite low), and the 9$ priced glass of "pinot noir" was just slosh whose honest price would have been 50c. Some antipasti served to other tables looked good (from a distance). Service was OK. Lots of spelling mistakes on the Italian menu (but then again, only an Italian might care).
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