The owners of Barrister Winery suggested we try Wild Sage, saying that the restaurant was "hitting on all cylinders" - and they were right. Although located outside the downtown and on a somewhat funky street, Wild Sage has a pleasant atmosphere inside with red brick walls and lots of wood. We dined early before going to the theater, yet Wild Sage was filling up. Service was excellent, with a waiter more than willing to describe dishes and make suggestions. The food was imaginative and delicious. The Yukon Gold potato taquito appetizer really is special --it's one of those dishes that sounds bizarre, but try it -- you won't regret it. My vegetarian entree was delicious, as were the scallops my husband ordered. We loved the popovers -- a nice change of pace from the usual dinner roles. Dessert was a port-soaked cake with vanilla bean ice cream that we shared and enjoyed. The wine list was ample and offered great choices. It's not an inexpensive restaurant, but Wild Sage offers quality dining on all counts.
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