A small ("cozy") husband-wife restaurant by folks who love food, hosting and the dining experience. Not bad, especially when the proprietor-chef is Dennis Foy. Everything is ultra-fresh; the local farms and purveyors are listed in the menu. Portions are smallish but the food is wonderful. Our party concentrated on the fish dishes, and they were all excellent. The tuna and halibut were perfect. Even better, if possible, were the desserts. The strawberry shortcake was sublime (can a strawberry be sublime?) and the lightest I've ever had. Inside is small and without a lot of charm, although every table can see the kitchen. The outdoor patio seemed to fit the mood of relaxed dining. much better. As noted by other reviewers, the service can be spotty, especially when it comes to replacing silverware and mundane things. The waiter's recommendations were spot-on however.
It's toward the pricy end; our tab was about $65/ea tax and tip (it's BYOB) but the evening was memorable. Hint: Parking is on the street and metered until 9PM; bring quarters.
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