My mother, my sister and I came here for a Mother's Day brunch. It was absolutely wonderful! My mother had seared antelope with polenta and au jous and I think some sort of cherry reduction. Really good. My sister and I both had herbed crepes with lobster. Dessert was panna cotta with a citrus kind of topping with grand marnier. I can't wait to go back and show this place to friends! The historic home is decorated beautifully.
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