Wonderful addition to Lexington's sleepy dining scene. Based on one visit - and we hope many more to come - my wife and I enjoyed an outstanding dinner and service. We had the arugula salad, cannelloni, NY strip steak, and a side of roasted brussels sprouts. The restaurant offers a decently-priced ($8) glass of Malbec that nicely complemented my steak (a bottle of this Malbec on average sells for $12 retail, so don't worry, the restaurant still maintains its highly attractive net profit margin of 63%).
Overall, it's hard for me to find any fault with this place. Great food, attentive service, charming decor and inviting dining space. The one surprise for us was the dining crowd. We arrived at 7 PM and thought we walked into a nursing home, and for a brief moment I thought I spotted Statler and Waldorf.
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