A fine place to dine if you are in Danville to visit friends or before you take in a play at the wonderful Village Theater. The food is very good. We had a fresh, mixed salad new to the menu with greens, artichoke hearts, asparagus, and peas with a citrus vinaigrette dressing. The mussel appetizer was shared as an entree along with the succulent Italian lamb shank, a diner favorite. Service was great, and the acoustical tiled ceiling in the main dining room allowed you to actually hear your dinner companion without shouting, even though the tables are spaced quite closely. The back patio is also a nice option, but it lacks ambiance and the table settings are stark.
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