Very delightful old victorian home turned restaurant. We dined on Prime Rib, Vermont Cheddar Potatoes, Creamed Spinach and it was delicious. Romantic interrupted by fast moving waitstaff. Servers were prompt and courteous; however, my advice would be if dining upstairs, do not sit by the stairway. There was a constant flow of staff all but running up and down the stairs to the point of distraction. It was a lot of energy for this atmosphere otherwise. If possible, sit by a window with a view or in a corner. We were pleasantly greeted upon departure by the sous chef, very friendly and was thoughtful to take the time to introduce himself. We complimented our meal. (Leaving out the detail of the hustle and bustle upstairs.) Overall very good meal and service, again just be aware of the seating.
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