The menu ranged from bread and butter & a nice cheese plate to soups such as Creamy Mushroom with Brie and French onion to salads and wraps. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the Mushroom Brie soup--it was in a decent sized bowl and came with a couple slices of bread. We also shared a cheese plate which was beautifully presented and a Vine Onion which is a roasted onion served with an assortment of breads and butters. I did not see desserts on the menu, though our server did offer them but we were satisfied and did not indulge.
They have a neat little tasting that you can buy that gives you a number (the server said 10, but that seems like a lot) of 1oz tastings of anything they have open at the time. You get a punch card so you can just drop in and taste a few and come again later. Seems like a neat idea. We all ordered a red flight (which they served with a small bowl of chocolate pastilles ?sp) that they had on special. Honestly, they did not seem like 3oz pours but it was a nice little tasting.
The interior has not changed much from when it was an espresso/dessert joint a while back. Kind of woodsey looking with a nice stone fireplace in the front area where the bar is and then a longish room that curves around to the side of the building. I really enjoyed the ambiance and that it was fairly low-key. No loud music or that sort of thing--very relaxing. There were about 5 other parties there and the noise level was very pleasant.
One thing I would have liked was more information on the wines. When I've ordered flights in the past, they usually come with a little write-up on the wines. We asked for this, but the owner could not find anything on 2 of the 3 wines that we tasted. But overall a good experience and we will be back.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.