A "unique" dinner destination. Definitely have reservations on a busy night.
There was seating outside with a view of the waterfall/mill, but nobody was sitting out there when we had dinner. Probably better for lunch or brunch in the daylight.
Inside there is a small bar and a number of tables strewn around the milling apparatus.
While the food was fresh, the portions were small and not quite up to their price.
Service can get quite slow during the dinner rush on a busy night.
They have some house mixed drinks that are pretty strong.
I liked Mountain Brahaus and A Tavola (New Paltz) much better.
Once was enough - Don't think I will be back.
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