Smart leather-and-wood booths, a pressed-tin ceiling, a menu of rustic Italian (and a few French) dishes, a steady hum of activity—it's hard not to like the big-city feel of this hotel dining room. Fritto misto of shrimp, squid, and fennel; orecchiette with spicy sausage and broccoli; and a grilled pork chop are among the evening's hearty choices from chef Jen Biesty. The room is open late, making it a welcome destination for pizzettas and dessert—with sweet successes like the Bostini cream pie and Chocolate! Chocolate! Chocolate! (a chocolate creation of mousse, pecan crust, gelato, and sauce).
Jan 20, 2007
We ate here in Aug. 2006 when in town for a wedding. My husband had sea bass and said it was the best he ever had! I can't remember what everyone else had but it was all good. We had a nice round corner booth for our party of 6 ( we had to change our reservation from 2 to 4 to 6 as family members kept inviting themselves and the hostess was very nice about it!! ) Would definitely recommend it!