We rolled the dice and stopped in here for a late lunch without a reservation. We had a 35 minute wait, but the weather was so nice, we didn't mind. Plus, the smells wafting out of the kitchen only served to increase our anticipation. We struggled with the menu because so much on it looked good... but ultimately we ended up getting the pork chop (with mashed potatoes and cabbage in a mustard sauce) and the Mustard Rabbit (with fingerling potatoes, bacon and brussel sprouts in a cream sauce). Both dishes were divine - we'd originally planned to split them and share, but we ended up loving them so much we couldn't bring ourselves to trade. I'd definitely recommend planning this as a lunch stop in the middle of your tasting day.
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