The most thoughtfully seasoned part of our meal was the bread. A pinch of salt would've made a world of difference with my pappardelle mare e monte. If the star of the plate was intended to be the cherry tomato, then I tip my hat to the chef. But, that's certainly not what I was expecting when I ordered this dish. The pasta appeared to be poorly drained receiving only the slightest bit of olive oil and the tiniest possible hint of garlic yielding a watery and bland bowl of what otherwise would've been perfectly delicious and obviously in-house prepared pasta. The shrimp was bland and the porcini mushroom was scarce and did not seem fresh (waterlogged like a canned mushroom). My husband ordered the salsiccia e polenta. He, too, was underwhelmed. But, the polenta was PERFECT! We were never informed of the specials and didn't know they existed until we overheard them being explained to another table after we'd placed our orders. Our server seemed annoyed at our request for a recommendation. We tipped well based on the attentiveness of the manager, not our server. All-in-all, it was a lackluster visit that we were incredibly underwhelmed by. It's safe to say that we won't be returning.