We ended up here after Fellini Cafe failed us on a reservation but this turned out to be a much better choice. The atmosphere was much less chaotic and we could actually have a conversation. Our waiter Tony treated us very well and made us feel special. The food was very good, though a bit pricey. I had octopus for an appetizer and it was delicious. I wasn't quite as impressed with the branzino, it was small and had quite a few bones left in it. My family members enjoyed their meals as well. The acoustics are great, we didn't have to shout over other customers to be able to talk. And the espresso martini was to die for.
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