Hosted a team dinner with our client. Like the one other time I came here it underperformed.
The J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon was a slight value ($58 a bottle vs. $24 a bottle retail). Appetizers included antipasto Italiano ($14), calamari ($15), shrimp diavola ($14) and bruschetta ($9). They were all average at best with the favorite being the antipasto and least the calamari. For an entrée I had the pollo parmigiana which was again middle of the road in quality. Other dishes were spaghetti di mare ($25), 10 oz. NY steak ($33), agnolotti rose ($20), salmon alla griglia ($24) and fettuccini bellisimo ($23). Portions were smaller than expected and nothing stood out as great or not very tasty.
At the end of the day having linen tablecloths and well-dressed staff does not mean the food is great, the service crisp or the value high.
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