This was our second visit, and the food was just as nicely prepared and presented as the first time. Hard to describe the seasonal menu. We shared several small plates, and each was creative, pretty, healthful, and very tasty. There were several vegetarian selections. Be sure to try the quinoa-and-kale fritters. Nice beer list too.
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