Tasting menu was great. Nice but not extensive wine selection . You can do entrees rather than pricier 6 or8 course seasonal tastings. Many interesting choices. We loved smoked bluefish and veal chop courses in our tasting. We had nice wines fairly priced- a chassagne Montrachet with early courses than a 2005 brunello di montalcino with the heavier ones. A fun del maguey mescal flight with desert- single village mescals- casual dress and ambience but top tier food
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