Second visit: I was again impressed, service was excellent, although I had a couple of concerns.
1. A small booklet describing various seasonal fares should have been removed from the table once dinner selection had been made: if these booklets are to be used again, they were certainly exposed to our entire meal's worth of germs, and if they were not meant to be re-used, they certainly were in the way.
2. Appetizer called 'charcuterie' offered delicious, but absolutely minuscule samples of cheeses and meats. For $15, this was a bit of an unpleasant surprise.
However, the rest of the meal, which included the butternut squash agnolotti (a ravioli really), lamb Tajine, venison cooked to perfection and homemade pork sausage pasta offered generous portions and was outstanding.
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