We had dinner here with another couple. The restaurant is small, so waiting for a table is a distinct possibility. We arrived at 8 so there wasn't a problem. The food was delicious with a wide range of choices. My husband and I werent extremely hungry, so ordered a house salad, which was excellent, and a pizza, while our friends enjoyed their blackened halibut with fresh veggies and lemon risotto. The chef uses fresh fish and fillets it himself. The plates and glasses are made of pottery. That just adds to the charm of the restaurant. The outside deck has a fire pit. If it had been just a tad warmer we probably would have eaten out there. Service was exceptional and the atmosphere wonderfully quaint.
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