Nice atmosphere--has European-style open windows that open out to a large patio on the corner of Main and Gregson. We ate on the patio. Food was ok--has potential but not worth $75 a couple. Calamari appetizer was very good -- right amount of crunchiness & texture, nice marinara dipping sauce & fresh salsa, nice presentation. Split large spinach salad with my husband; kitchen prepared two small ones for us, which was nice of them. The spinach, raspberry viniagrette, & bleu cheese crumbles were tasty, but the ""candied walnuts"" looked like they were rolled around in sugar. They also needed a little spicy kick to go with the sweet. Hubby ordered risotto with shrimp for main entree. The shrimp were good, but the risotto wasn't creamy like risotto is supposed to be, and it was underflavored. I ordered the tuna special -- grilled tuna to order on a bed of greens. Tuna was cooked perfectly, but there was no flavor to any of it. I would have been happy with just some soy sauce or balsamic viniagrette. The greens were very nice, but again, not very flavorful. There was some kind of dressing (mustard? flavor not strong enough to tell), which helped the greens. Deserts & decaf coffee were good -- chocolate bundt & key lime, with nice presentation. Our waiter was better than described in other reviews, but you could tell he was inexperienced--he said things that betrayed a lack of loyalty to the restaurant and he seemed anxious and insecure (trying too hard). At the time, I hadn't read the reviews, so I was left thinking that the restaurant was new & management was still working out the kinks. However, now knowing it's been around over a year, it worries me that they still don't have a great menu or great service to go with the high prices.
Cons: Food not worth the price; service so-so