Brunch on a quiet Sunday noon, not so. We preferred to make this our main dining experience of the day and went for the full menu.
Few regulars obviously repeat patrons came to lunch with friends. We were greeted kindly and offered a late season seat outside on the sheltered and shaded porch. We declined. It was a bit too chilly to our liking and we took a booth inside across from the bar.
One of the two beers on draft is my favorite - Hoegaarden Witte. The wine bar is descent for by the glass and bottle offering, yet no Connecticut wines.
The menu is a Europe American blend with reasonable portion sizes and a diverisity of meat, fish or vegetarian offerings. The Rhode Island calamari were cooked tender and served with a tasteful salad.
The entrees were fine and nice presented on the plates. Fish and meats tasted good. Service was friendly and attentive. We kept room for tasteful dessert with a perfect served hot double espresso.
The restaurant is not too large and seating is spread over the first floor, keeping possibly the noise down when more guests dine. The walls are decorated with black and white pictures with ancient farming scenes from Europe.
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