We met a friend here a few weeks ago for a Saturday Lunch. We had received recommendations from one of our favorite bartenders and decided to give it a try. I've heard it gets crowded, but on our visit for a noon lunch on Saturday there were only three other tables occupied so it was not noisy or crowded. It was a bit chilly inside. This did prompt me to order the butternut squash soup which was delicious and just what I needed on a cold afternoon. The individual plates (the three of us split about five or six) were all very good. It does take some time (they weren't crowded) so do order an appetizer if you are hungry. We had them bring the dishes out as they were ready so it was a succession of tastes and kept us from waiting until everything was ready. I tried the drink of the day which was a white sangria with a slice of apple and a kick of tequila. Mmmm.
The atmosphere is a little "you can tell this was something else before but they really tried to change it." Not enough to keep me from going back and maybe at night it has a little more ambiance.
The only other comment is that the bill does add up. I think we spent ~$150 for three with drinks (the guys did have a few beers each). It was all worth it, but not something we would do every weekend.
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