In Stamford for a conference, headed around the corner from the hotel to the highly recommended Columbus Park on a snowy evening. The restaurant was really full and with no reservation we didn't expect to get a table, but the maitre was very helpful, phoning a large party due later to see if they would be taking their full allocation? Sure enough a table was made available.
The menu was varied and enticing, and if I can find a fault with the otherwise impeccable service, it was that when we were just about to order they finally sprung the specials on us, causing us to revisit our choices.
I chose the roast quail with roast potatoes and spinach, with a side salad and my companion had the gnocchi. Both were delicious, although the crispy skin on the quail was a mite too salty for my taste, but I know I'm a low salt person.
We had a glass of merlot and 2 of Chardonnay and the total came to just shy of $130. Not cheap eats definitely, but worth the effort.
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