My husband and I ate dinner here this weekend and were impressed. This restaurant sits on the edge of the historic area, but don't let this deter you. Our waitress was personable and attentive. Great breads. We both had salads (I had grilled romaine-good) and we both did specials: he had a grouper dish and I had a grilled beef dish, and both were delicious. Unfortunately, we were too full for desserts; however, my husband had french-pressed coffee with a chocolate liqueur and loved it. They do have a full bar. Overall, a wonderful dinner. We would return.
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