We went for a special occasion, and the whole experience did not disappoint. Locally sourced ingredients, fresh and well-executed. This was my second or third visit to Nana's, and the first time that I've managed to save room for dessert. This is hard because it is easy to find two or three things on the main menu that sound tempting. The desserts are excellent complements to the menu: bountiful, luscious, and not at all heavy handed.
The outdoor patio is still a work in progress, but it's shaping out to be a comfortable, bright, welcoming space.
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