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Ciopinot Seafood Grille & Oyster Bar Restaurant Review: The spacious dining room of this high-ceilinged, exposed-brick eatery really delivers on style, but you’ll also have a quality --- albeit more casual --- experience seated in the cozy bar. Obviously, cioppinos and Pinots are front and center on Ciopinot’s menu, but other solid favorites are the bacon-wrapped Mexican prawns stuffed with jack cheese, blackened swordfish with mango salsa, and the pasta with clams, mussels, Italian sausage and fennel served in a garlic cream sauce. Crème brûlée is a must for dessert, unless you opt for a house-made gelato. In addition to a full bar serving fun, seasonal cocktails, there are many by-the-glass and half-bottle wines. And while there’s no corkage on your first four bottles, plan on taking advantage of at least some of what this enjoyable list has to offer.