We walked in without a reservation on a busy Saturday night but were able to get a table. We ordered the baked brie appetizer which was nicely done with some honey that tasted slightly smoky served with crackers, sliced pear, sliced melon, blackberries and strawberries. We ordered a bottle of Pinot Noir which was brought out with two of those ridiculously small wine glasses. We asked for, and were brought, two larger Bordeaux-style glasses which sufficed for the inexpensive Pinot. Columbia has not, by and large, caught on the decent wine service and appropriate glasses. My partner and I were both intrigued by the grilled portobella and ordered that, but the waitress returned and said that they were out. So I ordered the mahi mahi, and my partner ordered what I believe were vegetarian quesadillas. Our main courses were brought out before we were half done with the appetizer--always irritating--which we diverted our attention from to have our entrees. The waitress returned soon after and asked if we were done with it. The entrees were good although mine was saltier than I would prefer.
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