We booked online about a month ago. We arrived and were asked if we'd like to sit outside. it was a gorgeous evening and we sat outside. We had a delicious bottle of Reisling while we looked at the many selections. We decided to share a beautiful piled high salad of fresh greens with raspberries, blueberries and sliced strawberries and toasted almonds. The vinaigrette was just right and the serving was plenty for the two of us. The bread was a hearty whole grain variety with a nice crust served with softened butter topped with a sprig of rosemary. I had the pasta which had so many wonderful things in it that I can't remember...artichokes, kalamata olives. it was served with tiny green beans, baby squash, and the tiniest little delicious zucchini you ever saw. My husband had the crusted halibut with rice and wonderful baby vegetables. We shared the meals and everything was perfect. Our waitpeople were attentive, friendly and very helpful. We finished our delicious meal by bringing home the pasta we had left and ordering a Lavender-Citrus Creme Brulee that was a work of art. The bill came to less than $100 but with tax and tip it was a bit over $130 but worth every penny.
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