My initial reaction to the tiny two-page menu was that I would struggle to find something to eat--especially since the emphasis here is fresh ingredients. I pictured myself eating weeds and undercooked grains. Instead I had difficulty paring down my choices. Everything sounded good. Fortunately, dining with family meant we could try multiple appetizers and entrees. Portions were more than adequate. In fact, I would suggest sharing an appetizer since they are good sized. I chose a ham and corn fritter which was very tasty. My entree was goat served with cheese ravioli and a corn puree. Exquisite! I also sampled the Kielbasa which had a nice spicy snap to it. The service was exceptional, the server knowledgeable yet without the annoying hover so many seem to think is necessary. The drink menu was extensive but seems to lean toward the whiskey-bourbon concoctions which is unusual but fun. As I will be moving to Alexandria next year, I can see this becoming a regular lunch and dinner choice.
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