Just had lunch at this attractive. Arrived at 11;30 and there was plenty of seating, but shortly after Noon diners were lined up and waiting. So go a bit early if you can. The restaurant is attractive and homey. The wait staff is pleasant and fast. The menu has lots of interesting and a bit different of entrees. I had polenta with goat cheese which came topped with steamed onions and two pieces of garlic bread. The was creamy and quite delicious. The onions seems a bit undercooked. The garlic bread was OK, but a bit dried out. My spouse tried a special of the day corn chowder which came topped with some squiggles of cream. She also had a side of the garlic bread.which came with pesto. The corn chowder looked like and sort of tasted like canned cream corn thinned with water. I'm sure it was made fresh, but it seemed canned and not too good. The garlic bread was a bit dried out and the pesto was good though it tasted as though it had parsley in it as well as basil. We likely will try this restaurant again because the menu is interesting.
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