I love eating at this place, and each weekend spent in Woodstock, my husband and I try to manage it. The menu, slanted toward Italian dishes, always represents fresh Hudson Valley produce. Nice Italian wines and other interesting cocktails. The restaurant is situated in an old white house (set back slightly from the intersection of Routes 375 and 212) and is accompanied by a rennovated red barn next door which is available to serve large groups (family reunions, rehearsal dinners, etc.). The front porch is open during the warm months, where gas heaters are also available for slightly chilly evenings. The indoor decor is done in soft greys and low light, many small candles in shining glass votives ... a fireplace in the smaller of the two dining rooms is often lit and a cozy spot to dine in the late fall and winter, and the bar a convivial place to have a drink or to dine. As far as I'm concerned, definitely the best food served in town.
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