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This uniquely elegant wine bar and restaurant (its name means "wine merchant" in Italian) serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Chef James Bacon prides himself on a talent for pairing food and wine, and it's evident at this family-owned downtown Mesa staple. Start with the Share Platter, a mélange of roasted vegetables, olives, artichokes, caper berries and soppressata. Follow that with a Caprese Salad with grape tomatoes, Mozzarella, basil and arugula and drizzled with balsamic vinegar. Fans of fresh game will love the Half-Pound Free Range Nilgai Antelope Burger, served with house-cut fries and corn salad, or the Buttered Gnocchi with Duck Sausage, accompanied with zucchini, mushrooms, tomato and delicious herb pan sauce. Have the waiter select a wine flight to accompany your meal, and you'll leave happy.
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We were looking for a place 1/2 way between Queen Creek and Central Phoenix to meet up with family for brunch. My wife if gluten free and we didn't want too feel like the odd person out. So with her research, she found they had a #gfree menu complete with gluten free bread! Perfect!
We sat down and it was a nice quit place. Half the table was a couch, the other half chairs. Interesting. But comfy and not weird. The service was a little slow (45 minutes from order to service in a non crowded situation.) But the food was fresh, yummy, and they kept the coffee and drinks filled to the brim during the wait.
All in all, we all left thinking this places deserves another try. We will go back and give it another review.
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