An incredible bar scene with pool and darts and too many tvs to count. There is a bar menu. However, we chose to eat in the main restaurant. The menu was very creative and tasty.
We started with the assortment of tepanades for the table. They were so popular that we had to ask for more crustini on which to spread them.
I had the sea scallops, which were done to perfection and served over some sort of corn/potato chowder that was a nice accompaniment. The farmhouse chicken also had rave reviews as did the mussels. We were told that the menu draws on local ingredients, whenever possible and that the menu is still evolving; a large steak is due to make its debut.
Highly recommended not only for dinner but also for its bar scene.
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