We were three couples enjoying a leisurely dinner Sunday evening. The service was attentive but not intrusive. The wine list is very broad, containing excellent Italian, French, Spanish and Canadian wine. We started with the Westcott Pinot Noir rosé which everyone loved. With the mains, we chose a flavorful Languedoc red at a reasonable price ($62). The kale salad was really good and large enough for two or more. All the mains were well received but in the mid $30 range, even the chicken. Bread and butter for $9 was twice what others charge. All in all a good experience but we won’t hurry back with all the alternatives that are out there
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