We have been to the new location twice. The food remains as outstanding as ever, and the ambiance on North Side is even better than the rather drab stretch of Broad Street where the old location stood.
I wish I could give the spot 5 stars. The wine list deserves it, as do the entrees. I was taken aback by how a few prices for favorite entrees went up...a mushroom & pasta dish rings in at $18, far more than the same item at the old place. The cheese sampler has become laughably small and expensive, too, unlike the artisanal cheesy delights of yore that arrived in some quantity. We opted for the excellent antipasti last time. At $10, it was a value and actually consisted of some food.
We'll continue to go, but the economy and rents have taken a pinch on this fine spot. I'm glad to see the owner about explaining wine pairings, as always. The staff far helpful and know the food, and they now mix a few cocktails (quite well). So some fine tuning remains to be done.
#1: Bring on MORE CHEESE.
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