We dined here twice recently, once with a group from Notre Dame in the upstairs function room and then a second time with a small group of friends in the main dining room downstairs. The food is excellent, with an emphasis on naturally raised products, mostly from relatively local farms and purveyors. Among the best choices are a shellfish paiella that is an appetizer that I had expanded to an entree; a magnificent fillet mignone; and an Amish chicken that was outstanding. The wines are interesting and reasonably priced, and we have always found the service to be great. This remains the place to dine in South Bend.
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