We ate in the upstairs restaurant on New Years Eve. Parking isn't great, you either park at the Inn across the street (which we did without issue), or I guess you have to park across the bridge and walk. Since it was sub zero w/ windchill that night, I wasn't interested in walking across the bridge! (I heard its a beautiful stroll in the summer though!)
I happened to see the sign before we parked, so I knew we were at the right place, but the rest of our party kept insisting 'this can't be the place'. It looks very plain on the front outside (in the dark, in a snowstorm!).
Cozy/quaint atmosphere inside, although I will say, its kind of weird having all those big TVs at the adjacent bar (we're here for a 'fancy' dinner, dark lighting, quiet, upscale atmosphere, and my husband says, oh, I want to sit on this side of the table so I can see the TVs!).
Meals were a bit pricey ($19-30 range; total cost for 4 w/ drinks/dessert was $160 I think), but the food was very good. I had the salmon encrusted w/ scallops and it was excellent. My husband got the seafood palleta, which I wasn't crazy about - the rice/palleta was too spicy for my liking and I didn't care for the mussels & calamari in it- but he liked it. We had the mozzeralla and tomato appetizer ($9 I think), and it was ok, but I wouldn't get it again in the winter. Would have been better with 'in-season' tomatoes I'm sure. Had the chocolate lava cake for dessert which was also very good. Presentation of all the food was very upscale (although one in our party complained about the way they mound everything together in the center of the plate - the main dish is on top of the potatoes, etc. I guess some people don't like their food touching, but it didn't matter to me).
I'd try it again for a special dinner out in the summer - I hear the deck is beautiful in the summer. Heard there is more of a bar/grill downstairs, but I have not idea how you get there (main entrance off the street is the upstairs restaurant).
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