First visit for me yesterday was with a friend who said this was one of her favorite places in Denver. She had the osso buco veal and I had the duck confit, which were both superb. The osso buco shanks were tender and perfectly prepared. The duck was also tender, while crispy on the outside as it should be. It was served on a delicious bed of risotto filled with chopped pecans, cranberries, and steamed asparagus. The raspberry mousse in a chocolate cup and lemon meringue tart desserts were OK, but not up to the high quality of the entrees. The prices were reasonable for a restaurant of this caliber, but the glasses of wine at $21 each were exorbitant and we didn't know the prices until we received the bill. Make sure you know the price of a glass before ordering any wine here. Host Tim was very gracious and welcoming to us -- and wife and chef Shelly Steinhaus is to be commended for the high quality of the food served. The service was just right -- attentive as needed, but not overbearing. If you're looking for a delicious, memorable dinner in the Arvada area of northwest Denver, book a table here, you won't be disappointed.
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