Vincente offers an intimate setting and a sleek, yet unpretentious, atmosphere that blends the dining room and open kitchen seamlessly. Diners are treated to Chef Nicola Mastronardi's unique Italian cuisine, from house made pastas to wood-fired rotisserie. Paying homage to the restaurant’s namesake, the late Mario Vincente, the restaurant follows his vision of a small-scale venue where diners can simultaneously learn about Italian cuisine while enjoying the Chef’s enticing creations.
Not one for "just salads" but they have a butter lettuce with croutons that's to die for. But wait! The croutons are really fried polenta. Unique choice, and not always on the menu but if you ask, you get it. Their food has been consistently good, I just wish the menu was a little more extensive. The staff is attentive without being overbearing and funny. All in all, a quaint place to dine.