The atmosphere of this restaurant is amazing. Steeped in history, the historic location has been only enhanced with a beautiful design and other details. The menu is perfect "bistro" with some dishes a great success and others just "good". The bacon cheddar biscuits with a maple chile butter were mind boggling while the pork loin a bit tough and bland. The main disappointment was the service. We waited over 40 minutes (I am not exaggerating) between salads and entrees, even finishing our bottle of wine before they came. Even worse, the waiter never came by to let us know of the status. So, the meal bargain high with the ambiance and appetizers, then ever so so slowly went downhill from there. It could have been perfect.
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