We don't frequent this charming little place too often, but when we do it is always worth the trip. The wine stacked everywhere sets the mood as soon as you walk in - this is a wine place. The Nibbles used to reflect the small plate offerings on the menu - it seems to have expanded to a full portion menu - maybe that has happened over the years between our visits. Our recent dinner tempted us with meat ravioli with vodka sauce and a fish w/ capers special. Both were excellent - as was the spinich dip starter. The cabernet was a nice pour for about $7 - but you can go much more expensive if you prefer. The service was OK - probably because we went in after 9:00 pm - immediate seating and quick drinks. The wait for the food was a little long - which reminded us why there is a long time between visits for us. When it gets busy - you can wait a while for your food. But for an after-movie dinner - or just drinks and an appetizer - this is a great place. The parking can be crowded - but that will be rectified when they move up the road on US12 in the next month or so. But catch them where they are right now -- so you have something to compare with the new location - which hopefully for us won't be a year from now.
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