The site is a mill building beside the Mississippi River (of the North). The river was in full spring flood and it was spectacular; even later in the summer it's a great view. The restaurant doubles as a small art gallery.
We had never been there before, and we were very pleased with the whole experience. We had a nice roast beef sandwich and a daily special of pizza on focaccia. That description really understates how good the food is: nice sauces, cheeses, garnishes, etc. all were in play. Other diners had ordered food that looked fabulous, too. Prices were very reasonable, and the service was super.
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