This restaurant is in a big old building that is currently undergoing major remodeling. he kitchen was still not finished, but that they had a good menu of soup, sandwiches, salads and combinations.
My friend and I ordered the arugula salad. It sounded delicious, and it was. But, be warned, you do not want to take a hungry man there for a salad. It was smaller than any main course salad I have ever had anywhere, about the size of a mid-size side salad, and it was not cheap.
We did happen to see the cook when we left as she was making a sandwich, and it looked pretty hearty. Once the kitchen is finished, I'm sure the menu will improve, but I'm not sure I'll be back for lunch due to the prices and the size of the portions.
As an aside, the gift shop was really fun to look around and had all handmade items from local artisans, and there was an art gallery beside that. Unfortunately, when I got home, I had to eat again.
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