We had dinner here and loved the couryard setting; we also thought the food was quite good and service top-notch. As others have said, it's rather old-school (down to the retro faux-military uniforms on the wait staff!), but it had a certain charm that we all found enchanting. One minor glitch was the fact that the grilling is done outside, and from time to time the smoke blew into the dining area and it got to be annoying after a while. Main courses were perfectly prepared and presented, though their signature dessert (mulberry parfait) was a disappointment. It's quite pricey, but I'd definitely go back on a special occassion where the setting is as important as the food. Enjoy!
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