We had read the mixed reviews and decided to try this for ourselves. It is located in the Gainesville historic district, a little out of the way but quaint. The facility is a historic house converted to a restaurant with outside patio. Live cello and music were playing in the anteroom on arrival and a nice backdrop. Each room on the ground floor is set up with different seating. We sat in the largest "fireplace" room. Service was good, but the food was marginal. Angel hair pasta was underdone, and our other meal was disappointing. A lot of promise, but underdelivered. Undecided on trying again.