We have been spending summers in Wolfeboro for the past decade and have tried every restaurant in town. We ate dinner here on a quiet Friday night in early May. We had a reservation and sat at an incredibly comfortable banquette for 2 (there are several in the dining room). The service was attentive and the server knowledgeable. Our appetizers and entrees were very good, especially the roasted brussels sprout appetizer and the deconstructed vegetarian ravioli entree. The wines were reasonably priced, including the house wine. We will definitely eat here again.
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