We've eaten here twice and probably won't return. The offerings are not anything very special, and I had a hard time deciding what to order as nothing really appealed. Our dining companions enjoyed their roast chicken and the pasta was deemed to be good. Bistro appetizers are tasty but somewhat overpriced (Five mini crostinis with a slice of chorizo and a small shrimp priced at ~$3 each..). A bread pudding was very dense and rather flavorless. Service was friendly and competent. The setting is very trendy, mostly black walls and tables, and quite noisy due to the hard surfaces and the proximity of the other tables, making it hard to hear the conversation at the table. (You do have a choice of an exterior glassed-in porch in front that might be more pleasant.) All in all, it was a fairly expensive evening and not special enough to justify that cost; but the place was full, with a younger crowd of diners, and perhaps that is the clientele it seeks.
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