We stopped by because the nearby Carrabba's had too long a wait (even with the "call ahead).
The restaurant is comfortable with Craftsman style furnishings (it is attached to the Craftsman Inn). The roasted vegetable salad was nicely presented, but tasteless. The seared ahi tuna tasted funny, not rotten, but not good. We returned it (the waitress was pleasant about that) and ordered the Mediterranean flat bread pizza-also not too good.
The special ($22) was chicken marsala-it comes with a salad. It was ok. The chicken pieces were a bit dry. The fettucine bolognese was decent.
Overall, other than the inedible tuna, the other dishes were not bad, but not good either. Bland, tasteless, and pricey given the mediocre quality.
Next time we'll have to wait in line at Carrabba's.
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