We traveled about 50 minutes via beautiful country roads to get here. The trip itself was lovely. The restaurant was not crowded when we first arrived, but by the time we left, it was full. We were glad we had reservations. If you mention that you would like an accessible entrance when you make your res, they will allow you to park in the back near the accessible door. The restaurant had fiber art on the walls which warmed up the ambiance of the old building. Everyone was friendly and helpful - when we asked questions our wait person didn't know, she either looked it up or asked and came back promptly with an answer. They were able to take special requests, for example, leaving out the prosciutto for a vegetarian in our group. Our group of 4 shared the bruschetta - 5 pieces of toasted bread with 5 different toppings. We each got only a little taste, and all were good, but the tomato/basil one was the winner! The least favorite entree was the "rack of lamb" which really was just a few lamb chops which tasted strongly like rosemary and did not seem fresh, she thought perhaps they had been frozen. The salmon was moist and nicely grilled. The halibut special had fresh herbs. The big winner at our table was the shrimp with gnocchi which melted in your mouth! For dessert, we loved the cherry cobbler with cinnamon ice cream - not too sweet which was just what we liked. One of us had the chocolate tart which she took home half of, it was so dense and intense! And one had the creme brule with fresh whipped cream -creamy but had a little too much liquor taste for me. Nice selection of wines and drinks. The 4 of us spent about $200. We had mentioned when we arrived that one of us was celebrating a birthday so her dessert came out with a candle which was very sweet of them to take note and remember to do that. We would return.