Stopped in for brunch yesterday on the way back from NYC, and this place rivaled any of the breakfast food I had up there. The dishes are thoughtful and nicely seasoned. I had the sweet potato and duck quesadilla and my co-conspirator had the lamb sausage frittata. We swapped 1/2 way thru as we both really enjoyed both dishes equally--something that hardly EVER happens. I will say, the duck was slightly over-powered by the rest of the dish for mine, but the homemade salsa which included zucchini and squash was spectacular and the sweet potatoes were not overly sweet, which is often my complaint with ordering them out. The frittata was just simply delicious dish--well balanced with pesto and the lamb sausage was mild--which is nice for brunch and the potatoes in the dish were cooked and seasoned perfectly. Service was average, pleasant enough,--our table was right in front of the door, clearly the worst table in the place and the opening and closing of it caused a chill on occasion-but its a small intimate restaurant, that is what you get sometimes and just unfortunate luck of the draw during a busy brunch crowd. Prices were fair to good for portion size. Also, pretty easily (3 turns I think) accessible from 95, and will be my go to spot for any future trips that way.
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