Article: It seems incongruous that one of the best restaurants in town is hidden in a "strip" of businesses on a corner anchored by budget-shoppers' delights -- Ream's and Mac's.
I was recently introduced to Primo by friends who discovered it several years ago and have adopted it as a favorite dining spot. Diners who long have enjoyed the restaurant's intimacy, attentive service and excellent cuisine will probably hate having their secret exposed. But for owner Grahovic's sake, as well as the interests of hungry people, the word should be spread.
Attention to detail and extra touches set Primo apart: the bite-size bruschetta served as you look at the menu; quality silver and dinnerware atop linen-covered cloths; coffee served from glistening silver-plated pots; and the sense that Grahovic and his fellow waiters, consummate professionals, take pride in making your experience memorable…
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