Hubby and I have been here once before and really enjoyed it. It's a Kosher restaurant and has its limitations, but the food was delicious both times. We shared the duck appetizer and the wine taster's dinner of 3 courses served with wine, which by the way is from the adjacent "Herzog's Winery." The divine duck appetizer was dark meat that had been grinded into a pate and served with a poached egg, a crostini and frisee. The tango salad was tasty, but a bit too peppery -- I never add pepper to my salad, as I anticipate the chef preparing it without needing more. The salmon was perfect with a crispy skin and a tantalizing tarragon sauce over a bed of pureed roasted beets. I don't usually care for beets, but I enjoyed the creamy bed under the crispy fish. The dessert was a flourless chocolate cake that was reminiscent of truffles. All 3 wines (a riesling, chardonnay, and late harvest zin) were excellent accompaniments. In the wine tasting area, we bought 2 bottles of the riesling (on special 2-for-1 and only paid $13 total). The dinner tab was $88, but I had my $50 Living Social certificate, which made for a reasonable yet special date night. We will definitely go again. Reservations are a must. Show up early before your reservation and try some of the wines in the lovely wine tasting area.
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