A short drive from the central business district and a little tricky to find, the relatively new Black Sheep may not have made the guide-book recommendations yet, but it's got to be only a matter of time. This is one restaurant that manages to be both hip and warmly welcoming. It's on two levels, a ground-floor area and an open-air top floor. We ate with friends at the latter and had a marvelous time. The menu is impressive, with a sense of humor. The cocktail list is particularly inventive. Our server was friendly and well-informed. We dined at sunset and the staff turned on a gas heater to keep us comfortable. There's a linear fireplace in the middle of the roof, which seems to be the focal point for the bar patrons.
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