We loved everything about The Glass Onion! It's a small restaurant and the atmosphere is very casual - kind of funky-almost-dinner. The food is mostly locally sourced and the menu changes often/daily. My wife and I had couple of very well made cocktails. I had a wonderful blackened fish of the day with a side of succotash. The variety of tastes in the one dish was spectacular. My wife was equally pleased with her pasta dish. For dessert, we had the house specialty - bread pudding. Amazingly good! Worth the trip just to have a cup of coffee and the bread pudding! Service was perfect and perfectly friendly. The owner also came over to chat us up - nice touch! It's not cheap, but the value is absolutely there. We're looking forward to our next visit.
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