Sat at bar which was very warm and inviting and not crowded with drunks like the Cheesecake Factory next door. Played really cool chill music.
Great wine list by the glass including Italian regions. Started with a glass of Nebbiolo from Piedmont and the antipasti meat ball. This thing was the size of a baseball but was so light and flavorful. Mostly veal with almost no filler. I finished craving more.
Entree is gnocchi in truffle cream sauce. Melt in your mouth and not too heavy. Cream sauce wasn't overdone. Just the right amount of richness. I think they oversold the truffle though. I was under the impression that truffle would be shaved over top. But alas it was only white truffle oil bringing the flavor. But honestly a good dish for $22.
I liked the menu, service, atmosphere, and food. I will return
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