The restaurant has the right idea: local vegetables, local pork and beef, vegetarian options, interesting seasonings. But we got off to a bad start, the cheese plate (described as "assorted cheeses"). I guess for $7 I expected more than two small slices of white cheddar and a small wedge of brie. Nothing else. We asked for and got crackers. A half-dozen Townhouse crackers in a bowl--$1.75. Really? Really.
My wife had the pork. The portion looked large, but when she cut away the bone, fat, grizzle, and over-cooked portions, the portion was small. The cucumber dill sauce was a nice addition.
I had the pasta, which was very tasty, well seasoned, and filling. I added the scallops. That was a mistake. I ate three scallops and left the rest.
Good veggies. Great salads. Quirky, almost bizarre beer menu. Pretentious and over-priced. No reason to go back.