Peasant Village came close to perfection on our visit last night. #1 they had nice tablecloths and linens, something that makes every meal better for me, #2 my filet was cooked perfectly and was clearly top quality meat, #3 the potatoes were very tasty--something I might ordinarily not even mention, #4 the wine we ordered (from a limited list) was just fine, and much better than I would have likely expected it to be, #5 our waiter, while not polished in the industry, turned out to be a really nice guy with a good sense of humor, and we enjoyed having him. A few things could have been better. We called about 4:30 for a 6:00 reservation (when they open) but got no answer. I left a message for them to call and confirm whether they could seat us. We never got a call back but had no trouble being seated. The hostess could have used a little training on how to greet people but no big deal (she was young). We were told the sides would be potatoes if they were ready but pasta if the potatoes weren't ready--of course, that's no way to run a decent restaurant--I'm wondering if, since they opened at six, does the staff arrive at 5:45 or so? Anyway, the potatoes did get ready in time and, as I said, they were super good. Final thought: I'd go back to this restaurant in a heartbeat because they got all the important things right--the food and the table setting. And that's what really matters.
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