Certainly Tina's is a local's place. Many of the patrons seemed to know one another and the staff. Regardless, we were made to feel very welcome and were given a very nice table in the front window. Began the meal by stating that I had tasted sufficient wine during the day of wine touring. Our waitress suggested an excellent locally brewed beer that kicked off the evening nicely. We enjoyed an appetizer of Polenta Fries that were very unique and followed that with soup and our main course. Main courses included Pork Cheeks that had been slow cooked. These were excellent as were the accompaniments. Additionally, had the braised short ribs which were very well prepared and very tender. Great tastes as well. Great meal and I would recommend you include Tina's on your agenda should you visit the area. One note, if you make a reservation I would request seating in the front room of the facility to avoid the noise of the larger tables and the bar / kitchen.
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