Our most recent meal was a prix fixe 4-course New Year's Eve dinner. We had a choice of two dishes for each course. Lobster bisque w/poached tail/braised pork w/polenta; endive salad/sweet potato gnocchi; NY Strip w/green tomato relish/seared tuna w/eggplant & raisins; molten chocolate cake/lemon pie with lavender ice cream. The owner/chef also makes good use of seasonal produce. Service was a little slow between courses this time but I won't penalize the kitchen in our case - we were a a large group and it always requires more time to get 10 plates out simultaneously. And it was a very relaxed evening anyway. Wine bar with separate menu upstairs. Dinner served Tues-Sat.; lunch and Sunday brunch services are seasonal. Subdued lighting, exposed brick walls, subtle background music makes a nice atmosphere. Upstairs and downstairs dining rooms. Website: www.twentyoneandmain.com.
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