Place was dead when we got there yesterday about 5:30p. Only about 4-5 other seated tables. Were seated quickly, but the wait staff was slow to respond, even though we saw many just ""hanging around"", watching tv at the bar. Our booth had this weird ""greenish"" light. It made everything look strange, including our skin and food. It took some time to get used to. When the wait staff did show, she was very nice, professional, and knowledgeable. The complimentary bread and pesto was very good. Bread was hot, but not dry. Olive oil was rich a tasty...didn't seem like the weak light stuff you get elsewhere. My Cesar salad was wonderful. It was authentic with Worcestershire and egg, and not drowned on. One of the best Cesar's in town. She got the lasagna, and I got the Spiendino Di Mare. The lasagna was very good, and mine, while smallish on the portion side, was excellent! The shrimp and scallops were perfectly cooked, and the sauce was delectable. My side of garlic mashed potatoes was great, but hey, thats pretty hard to screw up. My wife had to wait on a refill to the point of having to ask for it...not acceptable in an almost empty restaurant, and 5-6 waiters watching tv. We didn't get a dinner drink or desert, but the wine list looked very good for the medium-to-high glass prices. I would have given 4 stars, but the deal breaker was the value. While not ""pricey"" by my definition, I feel the portion sizes are small for the money. I will probably go again sometime, but its certainly not on my ""must go again"" list.
Pros: Great food
Cons: Service, value