After finishing our drinks at the bar, we were escorted upstairs to the main dining area and seated near the front of the building. The dining area decor was warm and welcoming in true bistro style, and the tables were covered with linen completing the old-world illusion. Prior to arriving at the restaurant, I had reviewed their menu on-line and saw that they served Ossobucco, so I already knew what I was going to order as I truly enjoy a well prepared Ossobucco.
The menu listing is as follows:
Ossobucco Milanese - Braised veal shank and vegetables served on classic saffron risotoo.
It was tender and served with a tiny fork with which you could extract the marrow from the bone.
My wife Susan ordered:
Cannelloni di Vincenzo Al Forno - Traditional cannelloni stuffed with veal, beef and spinach and finished with a Pomodoro sauce, topped with Provolone and baked.
Both entrees were rich and flavorful. We started our meals with the house salad which was on par with everything served to us and the bread was addictive. Add a really good bottle of wine and we had the makings of a lovely meal.
We skipped desert, so you will have to check that out on your own, but I suspect that it is as fantastic as everything else was that evening! We had a great time that night. However; the next time, (and there will be a next time) we dine at Vincenzo's, we will remain on the first floor level so that we will be able to enjoy the music.