The three stars mostly reflect the fact that the brunch menu is so limited. The food is also not memorable in any way. The chicken cobb was an OK enough green salad, but there was no sign of chicken anywhere in the bowl of salad, making it a pretty pricey green salad. The butternut squash soup was bland. I took the blue cheese from the cobb salad and mixed it into the soup, which made the soup have at least a little bit of flavor. The duck confit was fairly tasty, but way too spicy for most people. And so on... everything on the very limited menu is sort of just OK. The view, the room, the wait staff are all very pleasant, though we waited so long for our entrees that the waiter came to the table to apologize. There's no need for a long wait with a menu that only has a half-dozen items on it. I'll go back, because why not, but I wouldn't ever call it a "destination." As the title of this review states, I've only been to brunch, so maybe lunch or dinner is better. Also, pet peeve. When we were told we would have a twenty-minute wait, I asked the maitre'd if we could order a bottle of wine at one of the outdoor tables. He said "yes," and the receptioist said "no." Against policy. What policy could there possibly be that prevents a party of four adults, with no minors in sight or with access to our table, which we would not leave unattended, from enjoying a bottle of wine while waiting for a table to open? We weren't complaining about the wait, but we ended up sitting outside in the cold for twenty minutes waiting for a table. Not so much fun.