We had gone to a taping of Jimmy Fallon on Thursday and because it got out at 715 and we still needed to go back to the hotel and get ready to go out for dinner we were looking for somewhere close (we were staying at the Westin across the street). We had seen the restaurant the night before but had other plans so did not go in, but thought I looked nice. We arrived at 9 pm and were greeted pleasantly and walked to a nice little table. The restaurant is not all that big but the atmosphere was really nice. Our waiter came over and was one of the nicest people we had ever met, by the end of the meal he was telling us which bars to check out the next night etc. He was very knowledgeable. We had the calamari and mushroom bruschetta appetizers (which were called something much sexier and Italian but I’ll spare you me trying to type the proper name). we got a nice bottle of Chianti (the wines were reasonably priced). The restaurant brings some bread to the table with olive oil as well. We then split the Caesar salad which was probably my least favorite thing that we got. There was nothing wrong with it but it wasn’t amazing. I had the mushroom risotto and my husband had the ricotta ravioli pomodoro, both were quite good. All in all I would recommend trying this place out. I think you’ll enjoy it.
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