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DAT minituae-Rose Pistola and Jack Falstaff

tiviander | Jan 4, 200606:45 PM     1

Called Jack Falstaff re: DAT menu for lunch. They have as starters: arugula salad or celeriac soup; as mains: a fried chicken breast or ricotta pasta, dessert was chef's choice. FYI

Went to Rose Pistola, as I wasn't entranced by JF's offering, to find that they closed the kitchen early. The DAT website says they serve the lunch menu until 4 p.m., but they said they serve until 3 usually, and closed the kitchen early today (2:20 p.m.) because it was slow.

Thus, I had gamberi and salad and a large pizza to go at L'Osteria Al Forno. Good quality, but the portions seem smaller than usual, and they charged me for a second small glass of iced tea.( I thought it was a refill.) They should post the cash only policy more prominently, as two tables near me were surprised and had to scramble to pay the bill. At least it was a beautiful sunny day and everyone was really enjoying the park.

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