At all Rare Roots Hospitality restaurants, the food and service are always exceptional, and Fin and Fino was no exception. Enjoyed everything we ate, from the oysters to the whole fish finished in their wood burning over, and of course, we left room for dessert. In fact, I told two separate couples sitting next to us they had to have Mom's cheesecake. Both were very happy I made the suggestion and loved it. It was a wonderful night celebrating a special occasion.
We had an incredible dinner tonight in the bar / high top area. Rashida was our waitress. She provided top tier service to us. We ordered 5 drinks , lobster bites , lamb chops, steak, augratin potatoes and sautéed spinach. Everything was delicious. No complaints.
We came to celebrate my brother’s birthday and the atmosphere and service were excellent. Our server, Levi, was actively attentive, available, caring, and detail-oriented.
The manager, Eric, was also positively present, friendly, and engaging. His wine knowledge and table presence made a huge impact on our experience; he helped us make the best wine choices available and did so with a smile.
Took my grandparents here while they were in town and they loved it. Our server was fantastic and the food was, as always, the high quality you would expect from an authentic Italian restaurant. Highly recommend overall, and specifically the Carbonara.
Our women’s dining group enjoys coming to Choplin’s every so often, and this visit was enjoyable. Our server Tori was attentive and knowledgeable, without being intrusive. Among the group, people had the filet, chicken piccata, onion soup, and scallops, as well as the chocolate Bailey’s cake, bananas foster and salted caramel cheesecake desserts. Decent wine list.
>both guests who had scallops commented that they were overcooked and borderline rubbery, whereas in previous visits they were tender with nice texture.
>It is not easy to find a menu online with pricing. Expect most entrees to be at least $30, with some as much as $50-60. I get that food prices have gone up, but it would be nice to have something current online to give people an idea of price range.
>when desserts are only listed verbally to guests, it can come as a surprise to find that one’s selection of Bananas Foster cost $20. It was tasty, but I wouldn’t have ordered if I’d known. Prices should’ve been included in the verbal description.