Can't wait to try it for dinner. A friend and I had lunch midweek and the restaurant had a constant turnover. Unusual menu. At the next table an appetizer was served of Sriracha sautéed brussels along with deviled eggs whose yellows were shaped into upside down cones. I had fire roasted asparagus on toast served with a farm egg for $8. How about pan roasted wild mushrooms with melted greens and polenta for $13.50? We didn't have dessert but were tempted with the carrot cake inspired waffle. We're looking forward to a return visit.
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