Located in an "oasis" village-like setting surrounded by homes and condo developments, the outdoor atmosphere was cozy yet airy from the large patio. Inside, the brick-lined walls and expansive windows gave a warm, inviting welcome. Offered was a varied moderately priced wine selection, plus a full bar at which several were seated and dining since all tables indoor and out were filled. We had meatballs with a dense pasta, which was tasty but with no wow factor, and a lamb ragu, delicious tender gravied slow-cooked lamb over inch-wide noodles, accompanied by a rather ordinary salad. Our server mistook a half-bottle of wine in his description of a full-sized one, and was a bit too eager to take our order though we requested our wine served before ordering dinner, having asked us at least three times if we were ready to order. However, at my inquiry he checked with the chef and they concluded the lamb was a great choice. Overall, having just recently opened, I think it has great potential and worth returning.
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