I sat at the bar, as I was there alone. The bar is upstairs which is much more lively then the first floor. “Bistro” really is the right word, as the restaurant is small, floor to ceiling natural wood, cozy lights and what once was a fireplace. The service at the bar was good, and my glass of wine was both refreshing and reasonably priced. I ordered one item off the small menu, one off the medium and it was the perfect amount of food for one person. The scallops and celery croquettes were both delicious and satisfying, but in my opinion were over priced. For those two items, plus my wine, and tip was $50. It was definitely worth stopping by, but a little pricey for what I got. Regardless, would recommend for a night away.
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