Started with romaine/bleu cheese/beet salad, split the porkchop special. Service was fine, prices on the high side. Food was excellent, however salad a bit hard to tame because of artful presentation. Main porkchop entree was not plated separately by them but not too bad to split. It was well prepared, tender, loved the cider flavor and imaginative sides.
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