Five of us ate here on a slow, Thursday evening. It's a covered, pleasant outdoor setting, off the beaten path. The meal was very good. We had the combination of three appetizers, and each was a favorite of one or more of us. For the main course, we had five different dishes and liked all of them. Four different desserts topped it off and left us entirely satisfied. And as others have posted, the prices were VERY reasonable, given the quality of the food and the wine.
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