A house converted into a restaurant. Somehow while it is quaint and stylish, they missed making it romantic. Perhaps it's the open table seating rather than booths. Perhaps it's the high ceilings. Perhaps it's the busy street/hwy outside.
A restaurant is first and foremost about food, and the cuisine here is outstanding. Well cooked and served.
I have to say that the prices, for the location, are a bit spendy.
A nice place to eat, but it won't be one for the memory books.
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