First of all our dining experience was very nice from hostess seating to the bill. As others mentioned, the grub is local, sustainable, and organic. While I'm not into organic so much, I believe in and support local and sustainable. While the staff was informative about the menu and food origin, I never got the impression that it was a "lecture." Actually, after learning of some of the horrific food supply chain practices of some of the larger chain restaurants, I am very much interested in where my food comes from and under what conditions.
We had sugar peas prepared like edemame for the app (special of the day) and they were decadent. For mains we shared the Springtime Palette and the Brie Bacon Burger. Both were very good and presentation was quite inviting.
We sat outside and it was a beautiful evening. The Planes in and out of MSP were a nuisance, but that would likely to apply for any outside dining in a five mile radius.
I know some reviewers carped about the cost, but please learn more about how the commercial food used in most dining chain is is raised, drugged caged/penned, killed. You may come away feeling like an un-indicted co-conspirator. Animal maltreatment widely condoned to keep costs as low as possible; I think paying a bit more for animals raised on a farm instead of a commercial feedlot is a worthwhile contribution to both better food and improved animal husbandry.
Decent location, attentive service, awesome grub and reasonable prices - well worth a try. I will def return on subsequent MSP travels.
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