Nice layout. Quite dark but nice.
Service very friendly and welcoming. Professional.
Two amuses sent out: a little puff pastry with gruyere and mascarpone, and two bites of gnocchi pomodoro. Bread served with hummus.
We each started with the burrata and tomatoes and vegetables. Not as good as the burrata at Locanda Veneta.
Dad had the osso buco, which he ate all of, while I went with the short ribs. His came with a saffron risotto he also devoured; mine with some herb-infused mashed potatoes. Quite tasty. Nothing remarkable, just simple and good.
Bill with iced tea for me was $80 before tip.
I would recommend the place. Never made it to Opaline but this is a welcome addition to the scene. Seemed to be doing a nice business for a Sunday night soon after opening.