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Bruna's Table--Westerly, RI Review


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Bruna's Table--Westerly, RI Review

Joltingjoey | Mar 6, 2009 08:29 AM

It's been years since Westerly got a great new dining spot, and Bruna's table, an intimate Tuscan restaurant across from the Amtrak station, is just that. It's a rare combo of great food, gorgeous decor, friendly, professional, unpretentious service and moderate prices. Even rarer, they serve 3 meals a day. We've now had 3 breakfasts and 2 dinners and have been pleased every time.

The dinner menu is extensive with numerous blackboard specials each evening. Ingredients are first-rate. The crusty bread served with high quality evoo is superb. We've tried several salads (average price at $7), pasta dishes, risotto, and entrees (most are under $20), and desserts, including gelati & sorbetto (all $5.00) Everything has been excellent. They have a nice wine list, most bottles under $30, and about 8 wines by the glass, as well as an interesting beer list. At both Saturday night dinners, the place has been full, so reservations are a must. Don't know about weeknights.

We are looking forward to trying their Sunday jazz brunch, which offers their breakfast menu as well as many items from their dinner menu at much lower prices. I can't recommend this place more highly. Even their web site is beautiful.

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