I called the night before we expected to dine at 943 to make reservations and inquire about bringing food for our 8 yr. old granddaughter. We wanted her to eat off of the menu, but if she didn't find anything would they be offended if she ate a PB sandwich. The young lady on the phone assured me that would be just fine.
We arrived a little early for our reservations, but they seated us right away. We were given our menus and our server immediately asked the granddaughter if she liked spaghetti and what kind of sauce would she like. That server knew that if she attended to her that our meal would go smoothly. I also think she was the person that I had spoken with the evening before.
We were so hungry and loved the salami and cheese, and the bread and oil with the peppers. We got the empanadas for our first and our entres were the skirt steak and the raviolis. That night the tender pastas were filled with crab and lobster with a light cream sauce. We had wanted to have some grilled octopus but it arrived late. We had read about the desserts and while full we still couldn't pass it up. I had the lemon cookie filled with the most satisfying caramel. It was dusted with powdered sugar and fresh coconut. Everyone else had the chocolate molten cake. It speaks for itself.
Our granddaughter ate every bit of the pasta. We had been in Charleston with her at a very well rated restaurant and they refused to fix her anything that wasn't exactly as stated on the menu. All we wanted was a piece of grilled chicken. I have to give 943 and our server props for being so accommodating. How do children learn to eat in nice places if you don't take them.
There were two tables of 10 or more parties and the atmosphere was quieter than you might imagine.
By the time we left (7pm) there were only two tables empty. I have heard that 943 has had a slow start. This is a worthy eatery and though, we live an hour away I am looking forward to when we can dine there again.