This tiny narrow Restaurant proved a delightful stop. So narrow that we walked by twice before we realized it was there on a dark nite. Excellent service and innovative menu items made us very glad we found it. A burrata/ tapenade bruschetta was a great starter as was a grilled calamari salad. My crispy duck entree was excellent, but the hangar steak, while well prepared, was a bit on the gristly side. At $15-$16 dollars a glass, the wines also seemed a bit on the pricey side. For that reason, 4 stars instead of 5, but with a high recommendation.
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