We ended up stopping for an early Sunday dinner at Senti and based on that alone we’ll be going back. Since it was Sunday AND early we didn’t have full dinners; we instead picked at a number of small things including the carpaccio (which was different because it had been previously seared), the beat and bean salad, the prosciutto and veggies (very good) and the fried polenta (very, very good).
Best dish, the fried polenta. Similar to the same dish at Quartino in Chicago, it was a light and fluffy bit of polenta with just a little salt. Very tasty.
Great seating, service and atmosphere…we’ll be going back for a full dinner soon.