We had an excellent meal at Flour. It's a surprisingly large and bustling restaurant. The chorizo stuffed dates were excellent. We also started with a burrata, light whipped mozzarella with pickled ramps on a tostini, a great mix of flavors and textures. Though they offer a great selection of meat entrées, we were in the mood for their heavily promoted fresh pasta. The tagliatelle and ragu bolognese was simple but superb. Perhaps the star was the fresh buccatini, a thin ramen like noodle, prepared with succulent clams and a light white wine sauce. We also shared a corn based pasta with gulf shrimp. Their tiramasu was big enough for 4 and came in a fun jar. Not quite a traditional tiramisu, but sweet and creamy and delicious nonetheless. We'd come back for sure.
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