What a nice addition to the town of Forestville. The Backyard was recommended and we were not disappointed. On the plus side, we found the wait staff to be on top of their game…this may have been an issue when they first opened from what I read in earlier reviews. The menu presents enough options to make for a fun selection among a group of four. The beef soup was hot and wholesome. The sausage flatbread was hot and just spicy enough to not overpower the flavors. The buttermilk battered onion rings were a nice touch as a side dish. They were hot bite size rings and not greasy. The pork chop was excellent…smokey and cooked perfectly and served on a bed of smooth whipped-like polenta. The Chicken Pot Pie was delivered right out of the oven to the table and the steam rose to the ceiling throughout most of the meal. The wine list is limited but covers the bases…most expensive was $80 for a Dehlinger Cabernet. Corkage is $15. The only negative during our visit was the room temperature of the restaurant. There were three strategically placed portable heaters that struggled to warm the air. We arrived at 7:00 and stayed while talking and sipping wine until after 10:00. The tables around us turned over a couple of times but no one had to wait…not yet. Give it a few more weeks and reservations might become a must. We will return…for sure.