This is the place you take friends and just spend a lazy afternoon eating and drinking. The food is great, the service was awesome. We loved the staff and the quiet appeal of the restaurant. We went for the Sunday brunch. Don't eat before you arrive, don't wear a belt, take your time. The food is great. Dessert was my favorite part. Valet parking is there for free. Coat check available.
French bread/ pumpkin bread /blueberry muffins
Bagels with lox
Crusted salmon with broc. Rabe
Bow ties in a cream sauce with pancetta
Fresh mozzarella and grilled veggies
Braised Chicken and orzo with veggies
Duck and bok Choy
Honey ham and mustard sauce
Sirloin and roasted fingerling potatoes
Shrimp scampi and cheese grits
Coconut shrimp and mustard sauce
Roast Pork and applesauce
Rack of lamb and green beans
Desserts: tiramisu, creme brûlée , pecan pie, caramel flan, apple berry pie, fresh berries wi cream, chocolate lava cake, cheesecake, chocolate Mousse,
Tips: make a reservation well in advance. If you want to be in a certain room, tell them ahead of time. I went with six adults and my two kids. My children are both under five so they where not there for the food. Bring coloring or something for the kiddies because brunch will take 3-4 hours. The restaurant will accommodate when they can for allergies or food preferences (this is a really nice gesture). Pace yourself with the alcohol because it keeps coming just like the food. Dessert is best if your okay with sharing with your party. We all literally took a bite and passed the dish to the left. You get like ten different desserts for the table. Awesome experience.