We came here at 10pm for an after-show dinner. A family was leaving as we were entering, and a boy of about 12 or so said, "You're gonna love it. The food is awesome!" He was right! The Hourglass is small but packed with ambiance and character. The albondingas (chicken meatballs) were fantastic. I had the salmon filet and my husband had the veal chop special. Both entrees were delicious, and we had a great bottle of wine with dinner. We didn't save room for dessert, but we did have the pleasure of chatting for quite a while with Beth, the owner. She made us feel like we were family by the time we left. We'll be back!
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