We had a great meal here, and I was impressed with the number of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. (The other well-known restaurant I looked at in the area had only one vegetarian option: a $25 plate of fettuccine in a cream sauce.) My wife started with the Carrot Coconut Ginger Soup, which was delicious. I had the Grilled Watermelon Salad with firm feta cheese slices, pickled ramps, tatsoi, and spiced cashews. That may sound like too many flavors mixed together, but that was not the case. For entrées, my wife had the Grilled Black Angus Filet Mignon, the first slice of which she wasn't thrilled with, but the rest met her standards. I had a wonderful item called Mushroom Duet, which consisted of sautéed oyster mushrooms, smoked shiitakes, an edamame hummus, marcona almonds, delightful stuffed squash blossoms with a blackberry ketchup. Next time, I'm going to try the Brie and Fig Crostini and the Korean Fried Tofu
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