It was a picture perfect day: low 80s temps, no humidity, & a beautiful blue sky. We had a very late lunch (actually early dinner) and chose the outdoor patio under an enormous pine tree. The orange and yellow caution tape along the bike path next to the patio was a bit distracting. The brie appetizer with dried fruit, flat bread and raspberry sauce was perfect: the dried fruit appeared to be homemade and not loaded with sugar. We both had the 4 oz. filet mignon on a bed of baby lettuces, cucumbers & red onion topped with goat cheese and blue cheese dressing. The filet was a little dry but the mixture of the goat- & blue cheeses made up for it. We didn't know it was a BYOB except for the offerings of wine--I was really ready for a summertime Sangria. Both the red velvet and coconut dream cakes were a bit dry although flavorful. All in all, a nice outdoor experience.ps The french baguette offered before dinner was To Die For.
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