I went here with my fiance to celebrate our anniversary. We are going to Italy on our honeymoon, and I wanted to find a place that felt like a preview of it.
In Vino was not in any way a preview of Italy, or Italian culture in general.
This restaurant (bar?) has some serious identity issues. While the decor felt european and romantic, the music and presentation was that of a sports bar. Loud rock and roll music was playing the entire time during our meal. The meatballs were good. The chicken parm was awful. The chicken was tough and rubbery to eat. Presentation seemed thrown together. The wine wasn't great. On top of that, we paid $100+ for a sub par experience and food. I felt robbed.
Needless to say, if you're looking for a place to have a casual drink, this place is just fine. If you want a nice dinner... go somewhere else.