My husband and I went to Prosecco for dinner the other night. It was busy but not crowded and we were greeted politely by the Maitre 'd, who I suppose is Eric based on previous reviews. We were presented with the specials and the menu is well-rounded with some really good-sounding dishes. Our waiter, an actor-looking wannabe with spiked jet-black hair, came by after about 15 minutes to take our order. He seemed disinterested and rather unfriendly (I guess I'm used to waiters/waitresses who smile, introduce themselves, and have some personality to them).Our appetizers and entrees came and at no point did someone come over to ask us if we were enjoying our meals (which we did, by the way). Our drinks were empty, and it was up to me to get out of my seat to let someone know we needed more to drink. We waited awhile longer for our plates to be cleared, even more to be told about dessert, and then awhile more for the check. In summary, the ambiance is pretty, the food tasty, but the service is lacking. I am a very patient person, especially if a restaurant is packed or short-staffed, neither of which Prosecco was. Based on the lack of service, I wouldn't go back.