05/14/2012Provided by Citysearch -
As we passed by my friend and I agreed that we should get a drink here after dinner. It looks like a burlesquey bar out front, with red lighting, red striped couches and visual decadence. But then we noticed their menu and decided to dine and drink simultaneously. The meatball appetizer with polenta was incredible. They have really good mussels too and throw in diced tomatoes along with garlic bread - It was like a seafood bruschetta. The servings are pretty big too (as a nearby patron warned us) so we shared the lobster ravioli. AMAZING!!! The service was wonderful and our glasses were never empty. We definitely plan on returning.