This place was cute. I loved the repurposed wood, church pews, and vintage silverware. The staff was nice, friendly, and knowledgable. When I said I was a vegetarian, the waiter pointed out what I could order, and even told me not to eat the butter that came with the bread (they put oxtail fat or something in it).
The food, while few vegetarian choices, was overall good. The gnocchi tasted like mashed potatoes, and their sauce, beans, and fiddleheads had a very soft, subtle taste. The wilted kale was awesome. The cauliflower (the only vegetarian entree), while it sounded odd on paper, was slightly charred and yummy. I thought the strawberry rhubarb pie was just ok, but everyone else loved it. The wine that the waiter suggested was also good.
All in all, a nice, creative, and a bit pricy addition to the neighborhood.
Reservations definitely recommended!
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