Atmosphere was great, service was impeccable, food was iffy and high priced. Our first indication this would not go well, was when we ordered a top shelf whiskey and all they had was Woodfords and charged us $12 for a serving. I know it's a 'wine' restaurant, but really? We just weren't inspired by the high priced entrees so we decided to do appetizers before we committed to ordering full meal. My husband got the duck confit tacos which we were told was their number one request. Crispy, fun shell, but…..yeah, just duck. Not so good. I had a crab/shrimp cake with a heavy breading. Didn't compare favorably to east coast seafood which I love, so strike two. The one redeeming thing was the beet salad. Quite nice presentation and was delicious blend of flavors (goat cheese, dates--but only one per salad, cucumbers, picked red onion and a wonderful dressing). The bread and butter was also very good. Crispy crust and moist inside. Paid our $100 bill (with tip) for some snacks and shot of bad whiskey and moved on for entree, to another restaurant. The service staff was extremely good though, except greeter which was a bit snobby--and yes, we made a reservation.
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