It was like traveling back to a more gracious time. Went with a friend on a Saturday night. From the butler who greeted us at the entrance, to the waiter (Nelson), who remembered I had requested a table by a window (it overlooked the garden), this place instantly turned us into loyal customers. The lamb and veggie stew was perfect, my friend said (I don't eat lamb); my mushroom pappardelle was delicious: a melange of fungi, including a new one called hedgehog (no, they don't cook furry little animals) and rolled, homemade pasta. Yummy pinot noir from Oregon. Lovely deserts. And a piano bar next door, with the guests taking turns singing. (Not karaoke; this place is too classy for that; just talented neighbors singing, as we were leaving, Georgia on My Mind.) This is a definite keeper. Good job, Kimpton!
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