It's a higher priced restaurant but worth it for a quiet, liesurely meal. Our waiter (Anthony, I believe) was very friendly and offered opinions on menu options. Our bartender (Sheri) helped us concoct a cocktail from a list of ingredients and we all had fun figuring it out. The food was surprisingly abundant. Our appetizers (mussels for him and sweet potato gnocchi for me) were a wonderful. Between that and the unending bread bowl, I couldn't finish my entree. I had the pork shank and even without appetizers, I probably wouldn't have finished it. Portion was enough for 2 and was cooked to perfection....the meat fell off the bone. There was no way we could even attempt a dessert - not even 1 to share. While we couldn't afford to eat there often, it's worth a visit at least one night. (and breakfast every day - we stayed at the adjacent hotel - was very good as well)
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