After reading their outdoor menus, my parents and I decided to try this relatively new restaurant for lunch. We were greeted and seated by a friendly fellow, who also did double duty as our bartender and waiter. The decor is very European cafe-ish with an open seating plan. The lunch menu has a nice variety of salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizzas and entrees - all with an upscale, gourment twist. The applewood smoked bacon, fig preserve, carmelized onion and arugula wood-fired pizza was delicious and my mother loved her curried chicken salad pita. My father raved about his Bloody Mary, which came in a huge pint glass. Our waiter was great. Only complaint would be that the prices are a bit steep.
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