Our party of six had dinner here last weekend, the night before Easter. There were four adults and two teenagers in our party. We could not have asked for better food or service! Our server, Michael, took great care of us. This guy could work in any fine dining establishment anywhere. Our meal started with some fried chickpeas. I know they don't necessarily sound appetizing, but they were delicious and highly addictive. Even the fussy 16 yr. old thought so! I normally don't eat bread when it's brought out, because I don't want to get filled up and not be able to finish my meal, but I had to try their house made chiabatta bread. It was delicious. At this point, it was becoming clear that everything is fresh and made in house. What more could you ask for? The teenagers ordered off the tavern menu, and the adults ordered from the regular menu. They could not have been more accommodating, and there were absolutely no complaints about anything that was ordered. The unanimous opinion was that everything was wonderful. The appetizers that were ordered included french onion soup (described to me as one of the best he'd ever had anywhere), a special pear-cheddar soup of the day, and an Iceberg wedge salad - all great. The teenagers ordered a burger and a chicken sandwich (big surprise, right?), with a side of fries. The fries were served with house made ketchup and a remoulade. One of the girls wanted ranch dressing. That was promptly brought. It, too, is house made, and I was told it was the best ranch dressing she'd ever had. The adults all chose steaks - filets mignon or rib eye. All were perfectly prepared as requested. Steak toppings included a blue cheese crust and chimichurri sauce. They were both great, but the chimichurri was to die for. Three sides that were ordered to share included brussels sprouts, Utica greens, and truffle parmesan fries. The brussels sprouts were okay, but unremarkable. If everything else hadn't been so wonderful, we probably would have liked them better. The truffle fries and Utica greens were wonderful. Only one dessert was ordered - a flourless chocolate torte with raspberry sorbet - but many tried it. It was delicious. I would return here in a heartbeat. Sorry, but I have no photos to upload.
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