Last Saturday, June 8, 2013, we dined at Willow's with another couple, friends of ours that we enjoy fine dining with on a semi-regular basis. It was a very pleasant evening, so we opted for outdoor seating on the long front porch of the former railroad freight station that serves as Willow's home.
We each started with the grilled romaine salad. My wife and I had tried it on our last visit and looked forward to ordering it again--great choice as a starter. I ordered the grilled duck breast entrée and my wife ordered the grilled tuna. We pretty much cleaned our plates (what can I say? We're from that generation.) Willow's, despite being 4 hours+ from the coast, does fish quite well--my wife's tuna was perfect and I was glad to take a taste. My duck breast was slightly charred, cooked medium inside, tender and tasty served with a glace worthy of bread sopping.
All-in-all, it was a very enjoyable evening, from the company, the cocktails to the cup of coffee. I only have one small suggestion for the management--install an espresso maker. Espresso after dinner really fits the establishment.
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