Visited on a very busy Saturday for lunch. I like the look of the interior: fireplace, wooden beamed ceiling elegantly draped with fabric, chandeliers, wooden floor. However, it was very busy and very loud with conversation; nothing to absorb noise. And the kitchen prep area is open to the patron seating, so adds a bit of commotion/noise to the restaurant area. Good service, excellent food, reasonable prices for what you get. Located very nearly the Erie Canal, so on a nice day you could take a walk along with Canal either before or after your visit.
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