There's a cozy feel when you enter by the bar where I had a lovely Lemon Drop Martini. We sat at the "kitchen table" which is an elevated booth between the bar and kitchen. It was quieter than the main dining room that is both contemporary and cozy with it's brick walls and bold art.
Our server was perfectly attentive, not hovering but there when needed. The food was very very good. We had mussels as starter, and scallops, panko crusted halibut and the filet as entrees. Everyone cleaned their plates.
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