Cinara claims modern European cuisine as its primary menu influence, which leaves a pretty wide swath of territory. The menu regularly rotates, but a quick look at it seems to indicate it's definitely oriented more to western than eastern Europe, especially Italy. There's a little Greek influence too, which is fitting, given that Cinara was a nymph who was turned into an artichoke in Greek mythology!
Though it's upscale eating, it's also a comfortable and unpretentious environment. Dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday starting at 5:00 P.M.
The term "Sardine Can" is actually an apt way to describe this small but bustling space. The design... Read more