Ate here with very good friends; it was a nice treat. I enjoyed the arugula and beet salad; and the sole with blackeyed peas was excellent. The fresh bread from the boulangerie was, of course, an excellent treat. The menu was limited which can be good but the choices didn't inspire me; it seemed like a "one of each" - atlantic salmon, duck, sole, risotto, chicken, ribeye, bass - each with a little fanfare added. From the website to the waitstaff to the decor to the price tag, it feels like they are trying too hard to make this something other than just excellent sustainable cuisine.
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