We were a party of 4 and did the wine and cheese pairing. I initially thought 65 dollars was a bit high but this is what we had: 4 wonderful cheeses, 4 outstanding wines, fresh baguettes, a selection of 3 charcuterie meats, an antipasto plate, caramelized pecans, olives, american duck liver pate, raw pistachios, and pickles, and an excellent Port and dark chocolate salted caramels to finish. If you needed more wine you got it. Come hungry. Learn about cheese making. Buy gourmet food, wine, and accessories. It was well worth it! We were there for over two hours. You sit on backless bar stools. It was fine for me but this is just a "heads up" if you have an issue with sitting.
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