I’ve been to this location for brunch on the weekend many times and have always thoroughly enjoyed it. So much so, that when a friend mentioned meeting up for dinner, I selected Davanti. This was my first time on a Tuesday evening and truly from start to finish, it was a completely different restaurant. Started off with the happy hour (don’t jump to assumptions, we spent $50 each before leaving - tried to spend more, however, it took over 15 minutes to gain the waitress’ attention and by then we had grown weary of begging for our next course) the bartender was also the hostess - unfortunate as she didn’t appear to be a people person. Once we moved from the bar to our table, the new waitress was friendly, however, not time efficient. Maybe the happy hour assumption was made as well, but don’t offer HH if the management/staff isn’t on board. The food was fine - not as good as the brunch, however, it could have been the experience overall that dulled my palate. The one saving grace, and I must say, this is a consistent win for this restaurant, is the busing team- they are attentive, efficient, friendly, and knowledgable on the flow of a meal. They also seem happy to have you. Had it not been for our buser, we would have left - my friend mentioned going across the corner to another restaurant to finish the meal right before our buser’s arrival. Also, the menu changed, but the website is out of date - no more mussels or even bolognese. I will return for brunch - once I’ve seen the new menu, but there are so many alternatives for dinner in the area, unlikely I’ll try this one again. Of course, maybe this was the C team in play on a Tuesday night?? New management approach??? I’m making excuses as I really hope my experience was just a one time miss as I’ve always favored this spot.