After a night of Art Openings in Downtown Claremont, decided to try our luck at getting a table at this popular restaurant which we eaten at several times before. Successfully getting a high top table near the entrance which turned out okay even though it was somewhat small, we decided to order and share 3 small plates after cocktails and wine selection. By the way, they have a number of excellent Italian wines from Super Tuscans to Chianti Classicos. We decided on the 2010 II Burchino Toscana which was suburb! First course. Was a butternut squash soup with sage and Italian sausage. Which was excellent. Next was a delicious salad with baby arugula, dried cranberries which was also great. Last course, was Ravioli with pasta stuffed with mushrooms and burrata. Yummy. The restaurant isn’t inexpensive and our bill was close to $200 with tip, but it’s a great place to eat.
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