Thank goodness we decided to split two entrees. In fact, we could have split one and been satisfied. The food was split in the kitchen at no charge: a roasted veggie provolone sandwich and an omega salad. The bread used in the sandwich was soggy on the bottom; the bread was not dense enough or toasted enough to handle the wetness of the veggies. But it was scrumptious. The salad was not overpowered by blue cheese nor over-dressed which helped it maintain lightness. But it would have been too big a salad for one and we like to eat. Looking around at other tables people seemed very pleased with the food. Service is good, attentive. We had a lavender grapefruit drink and a tea which was not nearly as good as the grapefruit drink. I thought it would have been too acidic, but it was refreshing and wonderful. You do sit under trees and we were almost chilly. I noticed others wore sweaters. The restaurant is tucked behind another; they share a parking lot. Well worth the trip and the patio lunch on a beautiful July day.
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