Late Sunday brunch reservation on a cold, raw day. We were welcomed warmly and seated promptly. The brunch menu had lots to try, nice for those of us who really hate the French Toast/Waffle mushy sweet stuff. Our party of 4 ranged in age from 65 to 13.
A few specialty cocktails and starters, I loved the house made gravlax on thinly sliced beets, a new to me combination that I plan on exploring further! our main dishes were a little bit of everything, including "Hungover Piggie": sausage stuffed pork loin wrapped in bacon,
bell peppers, onion, provolone polenta, sunnyside eggs. This was very good! My daughter had the Cape Cod cakes, they must have been great because she would not share a bite. the 13-year old went for a burger and fries. He was very happy.
The place is pretty and pricey. I'm looking forward to trying the lunch menu during the week.
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