Four of us had dinner on a Saturday night. Food and service were both excellent. One had a margarita pizza and reported that the flavor and consistency were to his liking. I can't comment on it as I didn't taste the pizza; I was too busy eating my whole wheat penne with broccoli, seasoned with sun dried tomatoes, garlic and olive oil, topped with blackened salmon. I love to cook and this sort of dish is the kind I like to make at home. They did it perfectly, with crisp broccoli, a nice flavor balance, and properly blackened salmon. Another had fettuccine Alfredo and said she was quite happy with it. Lastly, my wife had a Greek salad with grilled chicken. Again, it was enjoyed. Service, once we were seated, was timely, not intrusive, just there when we needed it. Restaurant was very busy and somewhat noisy but we were able to have a lively dinner conversation. The only negative was the at the beginning. We made a 7:00 PM reservation and were not seated until 7:35 PM. Many people were crowding in the entrance way, likewise upset about the wait; however the manager explained to me that Open Table had made too many spots available, more than the restaurant could handle. The manager, whose name I failed to get, comped us with two appetizers as an apology. I really appreciate his efforts. As the Bard said, "All's well that ends well."
The sea bass with capers was delicious. It melts in your mouth. It was ordered with veggies and was tasty. The little roasted tomato complimented the light buttery sauce. The portion was very good. The waitress was attentive and nice.
Excellent affordable Italian cuisine with a friendly staff . Great salads and pasta. Some of the best minestrone soup I've ever had. I especially enjoy the grilled salmon.