Jovi Dos Review
It's an eclectic, great-value restaurant on a quiet downtown corner. The big, high-ceilinged room, with wood beams and plate-glass windows, is crammed with local businesspeople at lunch. Noteworthy starters include marinated eggplant and baked meat empanadas. Grilled meats, seafood, pizza, and pasta have equal billing on the ridiculously long menu. Dishes such as the ravioles mixtas (ravioli filled with spinach and cheese and topped with a creamy sauce) are big enough for two people. The waitstaff is attentive, and the wine list is solid.
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