I reviewed Boca today. Perhaps you can tell, I love the place. Not everyone does--I get emails and calls from people who think it's a lot of hype, too expensive, and the portions are too small. As I said in the review, I think the portions could be a little larger, myself--especially the pasta. But one thing to note is that the dishes are sized to be part of a three-course (plus dessert) meal. In which case, the size makes sense. If you do that, the price does go up. But if you just look at entree prices, it's not outrageously different than other restaurants of its class in the city.
Lamb's $29, filet's $39. It's not a huge porterhouse, but the price here is for flavor and refinement, not size.
One thing about the size of the dishes: it makes it hard to share. You give your friend a ravioli (raviolo?) and you only have two left! So I suggest a moratorium on the practice if you eat at Boca--I think people overdo it, anyway. Just eat your own dish--it's been created and sized for that. (That doesn't apply to me, of course. All food on the table is up for my grabs)
BTW, they know me there, so that probably affects my experience. But in this case, I don't think you could fake the service, or just put it on for one person. Good service like this has to do with the whole system and philosophy, not just attention paid to one person.