What a nice surprise. It’s an old church converted into a restaurant. The prices are on the high side but well worth the overall experience. Great place for couples and families. Its small but we didn’t feel cramped. It was very busy. We were there two hours and there was a constant crowd but they seemed to handle it quite well. The inside is elegant and classy. Not overdone but just right. Great bar atmosphere with excellent service. They were extremely accommodating and professional. The food was excellent. Great bar service with an excellent Manhattan. That is a great indicator of the bartender’s skill. We initially sat at the bar waiting for a table but decided to stay for dinner. The wine list by the bottle was nice with some excellent high-end varietals. Wine by the glass was adequate. Our entrées, scallops and crab stuffed trout were perfect as was the appetizer. The cheesecake is made in house and it’s fantastic. The quality of the coffee was exceptional. My 5-year-old daughter made friends with one of the bartenders and had a great time. She even walked us out at the end of the evening. I would highly recommend this place to anyone. It’s great to see a new high-end restaurant come to Old Town. The business has a second floor that hasn’t opened yet. I will assume when this opens this will be one of the hottest spots in the area if they do it right. I am optimistic.
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