A charming spot and restaurant. The host and wait staff were most pleasant and perfectly attentive. The food was nicely prepared and served. The prosecco bubbly. The weather was perfect. I was given a very comfortable seat at a window table. I made the reservation weeks in advance trying to take into account the time that the sun might set. Ah, that is where I made a bad decision. If you get there too early as the sun starts to drop, you will be blinded by the sun. I have never been one who enjoys dining with sunglasses on, but without them I couldn't see my food! The light coming through my lettuce leaves, however, was beautiful! My advice is to check the Farmer's Almanac before making your reservation :)
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