Sources earlier today confirmed the dinner between feuding politicians Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio did indeed take place over $46 plates of branzino.

The topic: How to triage the worsening relationship between the two men. The meeting, first reported by The New York Post, included Melissa DeRosa and Emma Wolfe, advisers to the governor and mayor respectively who helped coordinate the dinner at Casa Lever, a popular haunt for Cuomo.

The dinner was not a conclusive end to their mutual dislike, which erupted publicly in July when de Blasio criticized Cuomo for what he said was siding with Senate Republicans over the city’s agenda in Albany.

The interview tumbled into public view the previously behind-the-scenes jostling between the two Democratic politicians.

But the dinner signaled a potential thaw in the war that has seen de Blasio stand by while Republican Rob Astorino ripped into Cuomo, and the governor seemingly undermine the mayor’s agenda and public statements during the summer and fall months. Cuomo, in turn, knocked de Blasio for standing with a Republican who holds conservative views on abortion and immigration.

Those around the governor and mayor, however, may have concluded the feud is neither of their best interests at the moment ahead of a legislative session.