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Posted by Joe on 03/05/2013
The wine list is spectacular; you can get half a bottle and try different wines. The fireplace is romantic and the place has a great 'buzz' to it. The food was cooked to perfection.
Posted by Anony on 02/28/2013
I had a business dinner at Ciano with ten associates. They could not have been more accommodating. The wine selection, service and food were all first class. We had a wonderful meal and I even closed a deal!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2013
I took a date to Ciano...what a great idea! The fireplace, wine list, food and the overall ambiance was a big hit. I would go back in a heartbeat.
Posted by Bob & Jo on 10/24/2012
We first visited Ciano 6 weeks after they opened and we were very disappointed with our overall experience. We chalked up the poor service and disinterested management to "opening glitches". However, because we did like the atmosphere, we decided to give it another try. WOW, what a difference. We were greeted by a very gracious Maitre D who let us select our own table. Our server, Pamela, was very knowledgeable about the wines and the food....very prompt service. The Manager, Costin, stopped by the table several times to check on us. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2012
The food here is pretty delicious - well seasoned, good balance, and cooked pretty well. The problem is with the poor service. The food took 20 minutes to come out at the start and between courses. The staff had no idea whose dishes were whose for all our courses. And when we finished we waited 20 minutes for our waiter. Highly unrecommended.
Posted by Jeff on 02/24/2012
25 minutes delay on seating. Food was mediocre at best. Very oily and overseasoned. Bar was understaffed. The server was nice and they tried, but not acceptable for a supposedly top tier restaurant.
Posted by SP on 01/03/2012
Ciano's problem isn't with its food or ambiance, it's with the concept that the quality "rustic" italian cuisine the restaurant prides itself on needs to cost an arm and a leg. On the night we came, we were promptly seated upstairs and the atmosphere was very comfortable. The waiter was very attentive, but made sure to point out several times that the "pastas" were only an appetizer portion and we'd need to order an entrees and extras, to be satisfied. We settled on a few apps (Prosciutto, Crostini, Meatballs,), a modest bottle of wine, and 2 pasta "apps" for dinner. While the food was flavorful, fresh, and met expectations (including being small as advertised), after getting the bill you can't help but feel a bit underwhelmed at the whole experience after dining with the competition.