Locals have long favored this upscale but casual trattoria on the road leading out to Nauset Beach. The kitchen produces seasonally inspired northern Italian food, with an emphasis on locally harvested seafood and produce. Choose from an early-evening (before six) fixed-price option (offered nightly starting at about $27 for three courses), or the à la carte menu, which includes favorites like a panko-crusted Berkshire pork cutlet, and seared veal rib chop and potato
gnocchi with mushrooms. Known for its extensive wine list (it has won several awards), the restaurant creates themed dinners with wine pairings.
Nov 1, 2009
Having had a poor experience with rock-hard rolls, poor service and a limited menu that didn't appeal to our taste we steered clear of this place for a while. When a group of friends asked us to join them there, I reluctantly agreed and we were sorry for our decision. The sevice was horrendous; the menu no better and the prices out of sight for what you got. None of our group felt that they would ever return.
Feb 14, 2009
We've had several excellent meals here. The lobster risotto is phenomenal. Nice service, comfy atmosphere.