Although I'm still searching for that elusive 5 star restaurant, this is as close as I've come. A group of us went for lunch looking for a place where we could have a quiet conversation over a lovely meal. This was just the place. Everyone was delighted with their entrées. Chicken crepes with vegetables, crab cakes and mahi mahi. The waiter was very attentive although there were not many patrons while we were there. French press coffee and the petite crème brulee was the perfect ending. The cost was only a dollar or two more than one of those oft frequented chain restaurants. Will definitely return for dinner and just maybe find that 5 star dinner.
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