This restaurant felt both comfortable and plush to me. It wasn't too busy and my party was seated in a cushy leather booth (with soft leather pillows- why is no one else doing this???) looking out onto the convention center on High Street. That's some pretty entertaining people watching. The cocktails were okay- The one with pear was good but the one called "Local Waters" was pretty confusing and hard to get down. I was thrilled to have my very own vegetarian menu. If interested, just request one while being seated. The complimentary house breads were good and the soup of the day, cauliflower puree, was amazing. For my entree, I ordered the Potato Pot Pie which was very good, but not stellar. The fingerling potatoes served with it were bland. The real star of the restaurant is the service. Our server was beyond excellent. She was friendly, patient, and knowledgeable. She explained the owner's concept for the restaurant, which was to create a comfortable place to serve people creative and high quality food, as she would in her own home. Our server explained that the name of the restaurant is the street the owner lived on in Connecticut, which cleared up a few bets, and even showed us a framed photo of the house. I'm not usually one to fall for gimmicks, but knowing this information truly helped me enjoy my meal a bit more because I could sense the staff's sincerity. This restaurant might be a bit overpriced, but I think it genuinely cares about quality, presentation, and attempts to make its customers feel like welcomed guests.