Atmosphere: Pleasant, and clean. The walls were adorn with oil attractive contemporary oil painting by what looked like a (very good) local artist, and art glass on shelves. The interior is painted darkly, but the spot lighting was very affective at highlighting the art, and tables making it feel very inviting and cozy.\r
Service: The waiter treated us like he did not want us there. It Took well over 5 minutes be fore he (Carlos our waiter) took our drink order. I was going to get up and go to the bar to get our drinks myself. Then it took another five+ minutes to get them. While taking our drink order, Carlos asked if we would like some Bread & Butter, I replied yes, and that I would also like an appetizer. We never received the bread. The only time the waiter was 'cordial' with us was after the owner had stopped to speak with us for a few minutes (the owner was very pleasant and personable). If I were to return, I would ask for any server other than Carlos.\r
Food: My guest had flat-bread with Tomato and mozzarella, drizzled with a fine vinaigrette. It was very delicious, and not too filling. I had the filet mignon, and my guest has the chicken marsala. Both of our Entrees were very good. The sides did not fair as well, both of us received a ice-cream scoop of mashed potatoes, and mixture of vegetables (carrots, green beans or asparagus, and zucchini), all of which were dried out. It was as if the sides had been plated the minute we walked in the door and sat under a very hot heat lamp until served. So much so, that looking back, I could not tell you if we were served green beans or asparagus.\r
Price: The appetizer, two entrees, and 3 sets of cocktails (2 for 1 margaritas) ended up being $75.00. This to me seemed slightly high (You be the judge) but maybe that is because I am factoring in the service.\r
Would I return? Probably not.