We arrived at 6:50 on a Friday night. The restaurant wasn’t crowded.
Service was excellent. Food taste and presentation was very good to excellent.
We split a seasonal salad $12. We also split a tuna tower ($14) and Filet Carpaccio ($15). The tuna was excellent and a reasonable tapas size portion. The Filet was excellent, but I’ve never seen beef sliced so thin. There wasn’t much there.
We were still hungry so we ordered a flatbread ($13). It was excellent and filling. Actually took some home.
Wine prices were reasonable. Prisoner was $70, compared to $40 at Costco. Lower end wines were marked up the usual 2.5 to 3.0 times retail. We had a Columbia Crest cab priced at $31.
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