If it is true what the Sopranos have taught us, then the local capo regime would choose Divino Enoteca as their favorite place to enjoy the tastes if the homeland. Indeed, patrons at the Divino Enoteca tend to wear suits and there are plenty of good looking humans of Mediterranean appearance around (often they don't wear suits). But Divino Enoteca welcomes everybody for encounters with heavenly goodness, even the sometimes sturdy descendants if the local tribes that might not share the more delicate features of Italians. The olives that come as an amuse geulle are exceptional in their juiciness and truly divine. For a primo piatto try carpaccio or the eggplants au gratin. For your secondi piatto enquire about today's ravioli filling. They are homemade and the ones with swordfish filling were very lovely. The lamb with kale and mashed potatoes was very well prepared, and the reduction it came with was very subtle. Pass on desert, unless you want the tiramisu, which was not bad; avoid the panna cotta, which is accompanied by a sticky sauce that tastes precisely like Hershey's sirup squeezed out of a plastic bottle. Wine exploration is made easy when you use the option to have flights of five different reds or whites or both by the glass. The food was served by Italian staff, complementing the Southern experience of declared divine proportions. All in all, it was a really nice evening at Divino Enoteca, and I will come back soon, preferably on a Wednesday because then they have live Jazz during dinner.
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