The best part about this restaurant is the bread and ice tea. The bread is served warm and the dip made from balsamic vinegar, olive oil and cheese was delicious. The ice tea was one of the better ice tea that I tasted within the CU area. It has a inner fruit flavor hidden inside. The main course was not bad, but not the most impressive thing. The atmosphere was relaxing, but can be a bit loud at times.
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