I hope this place survives; it's got a very inventive menu, and interesting, different, and delicious dishes. Might be a little too daring for Springfield, though. We had brunch, but I would love to return for dinner. Lots of things I'd still like to try. The only miscue was a gap between concept and execution in my tomato salad, in which the tomatoes tasted like they were from a Minnesota supermarket in December. Can't imagine they couldn't find better from an Illinois farmer in August. If you're going to play the "locavore" card, you need to get good stuff. And in a farm state in August, that shouldn't be hard. Pretty Spartan decor and surroundings, but service, wine list, and selection were all great.
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