First visit here last Wednesday night. Made reservations for 6 people for the 6pm seating to see the Pat Prouty Quartet. The valet was very polite and outgoing. Interior of Dirty Dog is very warm and inviting. Hostess was very friendly and gave us a number of choices for seating arrangements. Krista was our server and she was excellent. Knew the wine menu inside and out, knew the dinner menu and had plenty of suggestions for all of us. Wine list is impressive and varied. Between the six of us we ordered soups, salads and entrees. Celery soup and smoked tomato soup were very good. Both had tons of flavor and were firsts for us. Loved them. Wedge salad was good and big enough to share. Our entrees included scallops, salmon, veal scallopini, veal meatloaf and braised short ribs. Not a bad dish in the bunch The veal meatloaf was the most unique entree and it was fantastic, Very tasty and not too dense. Salmon was done perfectly. Scallops were warm and tender. Tried the chocolate souffle for dessert and it was also a delight. Only downside is pricing. You have to be prepared to pay between $20 and $30 a entree and then additional for soup and/or salad. If that is reasonable to you, and you like live jazz, I would highly recommend the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe for a evening out.
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