We visit this restaurant every summer. We love its bar, not just the drinks but its food and its physical structure. The restaurant is a restored church which has retained its stained glass windows and beautiful oak wood trim. it has two levels, the top one open to the first floor giving it a large and open feeling. The bar is large and is centrally located on the first floor. We always order a Grace burger. It is always cooked as ordered, medium rare, and delicious. The menu changes frequently but this is a staple item. This time we also ordered mussels in a creamy wine sauce. They were out of their shells and delicious with the rustic bread. I miss the beet salad with greens and feta and wish they would bring it back. The dining experience is special with a relaxed yet intimate atmosphere. The full menu includes some different entrees and ingredients for the more adventurous.
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