I came here with a group of about ten, so they put us in the private, retired olive oil factory in the back. Very cool to be surrounded by vintage olive presses. Our waiter (or waiters, there were about 3 of them that kept coming in and out) was helpful, although often disorganized. The wine list was extensive and the food differentiated enough from Italian that I would call it more European Ecclectic than anything else. The tortelini and the carpaccio were excellent, as were the breads and appetizer plates. My boyrfiend's salmon was somewhat bland, however. Overall a pleasant atmosphere and a diverse, creative menu.