We were fortunate enough to get a seating the night before the owners headed south for a spring break vacation. The ambiance is an interesting mix of Victorian antique with Asian adornments from the couple's travels with their family...The menu was full of scrumptious sounding options, and with thought it excellent value to add table d'hote for $15 - 5 courses....the food was quite rich, the presentation was creative and allowed for sampling of many different items (ie. olive tapanade and aged balsamic 'flower' with phyllo pockets, red pepper tartlett, etc. all served as decorative elements around the meal). If you're typically indecisive about the dessert menu - fear not! Dessert was served as an assortment of no less than 10 (between the 2 of us!) different miniature portions of different creative concoctions - which were equally exquisite...The wine list was well-selected, but we would have appreciated a more interesting beer list (including some of the local craft-beers from the region)...All in all - an excellent dining experience! Reservations recommended.
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