This restaurant is really not sure what it wants to be. Is it a bistro? Is it a coffee house with their couches? It seems very confused, more style than substance, a lot of staff all seem very busy but not really doing anything.
One obviously senior staff was telling the other 2 to " stop talking and start moving"
We waited over 20 minutes for someone to take our wine order and our Pinot Grigio was lukewarm. Our food came first before our wine with no utensils or napkins and we were not provided any until we asked!
When you order the small bites they should be called "tiny bites"
$7 dollars for the smallest seafood skewer I've ever seen in my life.
At 8:15 PM they ran out of Brie on the cheese plate! How about running down Carrraluzzi's to pick up some more ?
Has potential, will give it a few more weeks for them to work it all out before we go back.
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