Back in colonial times there were only candles & lanterns. I guess they were trying to re-create that vibe. I was too dark to read the menu but a cell phone with a flashlight function rescued me.
Passing over that hump was the second of the night after finding a place to park. It was brutal on a Saturday evening. I drove around & around with no luck. Many area garages close on weekends; and the few open were full. Street parking was impossible as every possible space was occupied. Finally, I re-checked a nearby garage by asking the attendant, even though the FULL sign was up. He told me there was 1 open spot I could have. I never forked-over $17 so gladly.
After all that, things improved. A drink was calming. My appetizer, muscles, were very good; in fact, as good as I ever had. The waitress was very good - attentive enough without being over-bearing. My main course, salmon, was on the smallish side, but tasty. One side item was steamed broccoli, which was good for me in that it wasn't over-cooked. There was something else on the plate, but I don't recall what it was. I might appreciated the side items in separate dishes if I had my druthers. I also sampled some (steamed?) kale, but having no prior kale experience to compare it with makes it tough to judge.
I liked what I ordered & might try there again - perhaps on a Monday & I'll bring a flashlight.
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