Suggested by a friend, so we gave it a shot. What a really neat find. Small and cozy, with a four seat bar, outdoor dining and a farmhouse feel. It's actually part of a hotel, which I forget the name - but right in town. The field green salad was fresh and had the appropriate amount of dressing. I had the wienerschnitzel which was awesome. It had a pool of lingonberry sauce, which was a nice change from lemon and capers. What really made it was the potato and cucumber salad. My wife debated the skate, but ultimately picked the soft shell crab, which she loved. The upside was that we will be back... often - it was a great meal and the server was really good.
For the downside; the beers, while a very aggressive and diverse list, they offered a short 10oz pour for a pint price ($7-$8 tap). The wine list is really good as well and you could tell there was a lot of thought put into the selections. My wife loved her Oregon Pinot Noir, however at $14 a glass was a bit much. Again, we loved it and will be back, yet they should maybe explore Oregon Pinot's that can be offered at a more reasonable price, and maybe pour a full pint at $7.
We'll be back!