First, on to the drinks. The drink menu has an impressive selection of wine and beer. I passed on the beer this time around and chose the Riesling. As I stated before, all wine is $5 except for some premium wines that are sold for $8.
The food menu is fairly varied, though it does mainly consist of bread and cheese. On my visit, the waitress told us that they're getting rid of their "Bruschetta & Flatbread" section for their summer menu. I'm not sure if they're going to be replacing them with anything because if not the appetizer section is going to be pretty small. My group ended up ordering the garlic bread plus cheese and the antipasti.
The garlic bread was insanely garlicky, so beware if you happen to be on a date or something. I just make my boyfriend deal with my delicious garlic breath. The bread has a bit too much cheese, and the sides of the bread were so hard they were basically inedible.
|I wish I was eating this right now.|
The Antipasti Platter is where it's at. It comes with various meats, cheeses, and veggies accompanied by balsamic and olive oil. I wish all antipasti platters were like this.
I will definitely be back for the Antipasti platter and wine again. I'm hoping their revamped menu will add some dishes that make this a more balanced meal.
Time: Monday-Saturday 3 to 6 pm.
Specials: Half-off appetizers and well drinks, $5 glasses of wine, $2 domestic beer, $3 craft beer
Rating: 4.0/5 shots
78 W. River Rd
Tucson, AZ 85704