Not "Fine Dining" at all. As pretentious as it is, I must say the portions were of good size, This was my first visit and I don't know of any reason to return. The owners were there but couldn't bother to nod or smile as our eyes met. We were the first customers of the day, half an hour after opening, yet the kitchen was not ready yet. Having been a fine dining chef for 25 years I find being the only customers and waiting better than half an hour for a sandwich unacceptable. I also noticed they are Sysco customers. Sysco is great but does not spell fine dining. Fine dining is far more than something printed in an ad or on the menu. It is the nth degree of care and attention to detail -- and the customer. Such as not serving tap water. Spring water or filtered water is expected; never straight tap water. Ice buckets on the floor caused me alarm. Vegeterian lasagna was tough and lackluster with a bland bechemel sauce served on too small a plate. Thankfully there was no charge.