Yes, a little flowerpot. The bread is fluffy, airy, and warm, and is wonderful for sopping up the
white wine, herbs, and roasted garlic sauce of the steamed mussels; or the chickpeas, chorizo, and salsa verde sauce of the Grilled Baby Octopus; and the last few remains of the magnificent spicy corn soup with mascarpone, and a dollop of peekytoe crab served in the middle. That soup: I have never had anything quite like it; it was sublime.
Laura ordered the Petit Filet Mignon Asparagus,Roasted Garlic, Rosemary ($25); Dave ordered Halibut White Beans, Pancetta, Fresh Basil ($21); and I ordered the Pan Seared Pork Chop Cippolini Onions, Glazed Carrots, Thyme ($20). We all enjoyed our food. And drinks: I ordered the Brooklyn Weisse, and liked its citrusy taste.
We ate in the outdoor garden, on a pleasant summer evening, and found it very pleasant. Right after we sat down the music started. We had a speaker directly over us, and the first song was loud and jarring (never have been a Black Sabbath fan). However, the volume was toned down some, and the choice of songs improved.
A nice place for a summer dinner.
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