As guests of the inn across the street, we wondered what the darling restaurant across the street contained, from its candlelit grotto to the intimate dining room glimmering through the windows. We changed our reservations and came here instead, and we were so glad. Our expert server guided us through courses & perfect wine pairings, from the 15-item charcuterie board to suckling pig confit and a meltingly good beef cheek with mushrooms. Even a side of brussels sprouts was noteworthy, caramelized edges tossed with pine nuts and hard cheese. The creative menu richly employs the bounty of local producers. My only regret was to not leave room for dessert.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.