I had heard that this place was good, but it took me a while to try it.
My blackened swordfish with crab was very good and my wife enjoyed her ravioli with lobster tail. We had the fried artichoke hearts as an appetizer and it was delicious as well.
The space is very well done with the exposed stone pillars and dark wood.
The bar area looked very inviting from a distance but I didn’t go over.
We sat inside and it was pretty noisy. If the weather had been better, I would have opted to sit outside to avoid the background din.
Service was ably provided by Julianna who was efficient but not hovering.
I will definitely go back.
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