Being from out of town is a disadvantage as we had been told this is a great place to have dinner. If we lived closer we would try it agian to see if we agreed. As it is we think it is quite good with a posibility of being super. There were 4 of us and we had reservations for 7 PM on a Friday night. Until we were ready to order we were not informed that there were no 'specials', as listed on the board in the hall, left which meant 2 of us had to scramble to choose another item. The bread was delicious and the wine was served well and at a good (coolish) temperature even though it was a warm evening. The only waitress was efficient and pleasant but certainly somewhat overwhlemed. There were 2 people in the small bar room, some upstairs I believe and 3 at another table in the same room as we were seated. The food, when it arrived, was hot, as it should be, and delicious. The space is quite cramped as it is an old house which has been converted to a restaurant - it gives a nice ambiance though and is softly lit. There is easy access parking. This place would be a good place for couples or several women who wanted to enjoy a quiet dinner. This would not be a good place for noisy or disruptive children as the tables are close together and the atmosphere is very adult. I'd like to go again next time I'm in the area.
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