We have visited twice - once for Sunday brunch and another time for dinner. Both times we sat outside, enjoying the view of cars driving by at some distance. The food is nice, somehow both comfort food and sophisticated bistro food. The servers are knowledgeable, but very relaxed with a small town feel. What I enjoyed is that they are very knowledgeable about gluten free cooking. Although they don't have a lot of gluten free food, it is very good. And, and, and...their gluten free bread pudding is perhaps the best gluten free dessert that I have every had! In fact, they don't even make a gluten version of it. Also nice is that they provide gluten free bread.
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