This restaurant is in a great location in an old building beside a beautiful old church. We sat out on the patio and had great service...and food! As for service, apparently the servers all go to a restaurant school and this is where they practice/learn their chops. So, they take their job very seriously and it shows.
I can honestly say that they served me the best filet mignon i've ever had. They even had a well stocked rum bar which was the clincher for me. My wife had fish and she thought it was excellent. The menu is somewhat limited in what they have to offer but there is the old saying " quality, not quantity" that really applies here. Highly recommended, you won't be disappointed.
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