This wonderful building restored to be a restaurant features a more bar type atmosphere in the front and a more intimate dinner setting in the back. You can choose which vibe is right for you.
The food is fantastic, with a local produce angle, some of which is grown by the restaurant in their own plot on the same block. Dessert menu is a little sparse/boring but cocktail menu is great, wines look very good and the savory dishes outstanding.
Make sure to ask how the restaurant came into being and where the profits go for a great feel good story.
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