SoLo came highly recommended, and was recently covered in the NY Times. We got reservations and headed out to the restaurant (staying in Manchester, it was about a 25 minute drive) for an evening. It is really almost at the end of the world, or so it seems. Parking is beside the restaurant, and it isn't a prepared lot. We walked by the gardens on the way in, and the little tomatoes were beckoning. It is a beautiful and simple space; think early US but all well thought out and clean. I thought the floors were perfect. There are modern touches, like the beautiful wine room. Service is as good as anywhere. People are so wonderful, and know the menu and their wine. We split a salad and a second course and each got entrees. They make a big deal about their farm to table philosophy, and the very tomatoes we saw on the vines outside were in several dishes. Great wine selection, the bar was actually phenomenal, and we completely loved the evening. Don't skip dessert. If only it was a bit more convenient. Well, when we are back there it will be on the list.
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