This is a family-owned restaurant that supports local farmers. It is set in an old Victorian-style house, which makes it a bit unique. The popular neighborhood and the somewhat open floorplan for the restaurant means that during the busy happy-hour time (or if there is a large group celebrating), it can get a bit noisy inside. That being said, the staff is charming and knowledgeable and the food is creative and always feels fresh-from-the-garden! (I really enjoy knowing where my food comes from, and this is one of the few places where I have been able to get that information. It is great to have a restaurant that supports local farmers whenever possible.) I've eaten at this restaurant several times and have never left disappointed. I appreciate the time and care that 300 East has taken to develop recipes that are delicious and interesting to the palate. Yum!
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