What a relief! No small plates! Although I must admit, I miss the Veal Tartare. Things went a lot more smoothly this time around. Very friendly service, interesting dishes, a very friendly corkage fee ($15), but a few problems remain. We brought a bottle of 1995 Barolo and asked the waiter to decant it because it had considerable sediment. Even though there was a candle on the table rather than using it to stop at the sediment, he just poured the whole bottle, sediment and all, into the decanter. Fortunately the wine was still drinkable, but not the smooth elegant modern style Barolo it could have been had it been properly decanted. The service, while very friendly( perhaps too familiar), was also very slow. We waited an hour before our first courses arrived. The cod cakes were uninteresting, the sweetbreads quite good, the rabbit loin excellent. The pheasant tagliatelle was very tasty, the wild boar gnocchi good, the duck breast quite good. Even though I am a low sodium kind of guy, all of the food lacked salt or spice or zest. This is not Minnesota! Enotria appears to be developing a local following and the prices seem right. About $50 per person including wine. You will not starve to death at Enotria. The portions are just right. It looks like Enotria will be a success.