This is pricey place. The first time we ate there, it was wonderful. This time, it was a Friday evening and there was an art festival in town - and it was almost empty. All four of our entrees were dry and poorly seasoned and we paid $9 for 4 small rounds of bruschetta with a smattering of crumbled cheese as an appetizer. We ordered two different bottles of wine and when I requested separate glasses, the server laughed at me and refused to bring them, embarrassing me in front of my friends. We will not go back. We could have gone to the St Paul Grill for the same amount of money.
Pros: No waiting
Cons: $$$$, poorly prepared food, server with an attitude