It took split-second timing to secure a reservation, a month ahead of time... but it was worth the wait. We were seated right on time in the midst of the decibel-filled rustic style dining area between the bar and the kitchen. Do not visit Morini if you fancy red sauces or a soothing, romantic environment; this place gives ""loud"" a perfect meaning. But once the food arrives, you'll want to savor it, bite by bite. Appetizers are just that: small portions of delicately prepared food. The main courses --pork, chicken, veal or pasta-- are beautifully prepared.. And the desserts beyond reproach. No need to describe course by course, dish by dish: suffice it to say the cucina impressed as all. Also, the service was friendly, attentive, efficient and, best of all, rather unobtrusive. Perhaps they're told to keep a low profile and let the noise roll on, unobstructed.