I ate dinner at Rockwell, selecting a coho salmon special served on a bed of seared polenta and sauteed Brussels sprouts. First, the Brussels sprouts were excellent. They were chopped coarsely and sauteed. The polenta was crisp on the outside and perfectly done inside. The salmon was moist and not overcooked as it so often is. The price of $19 was very reasonable, especially given the quantity and quality of the food. The wine list, while not extensive, was adequate and prices were not unreasonable.
Service was very good. The menu is not extensive, but has a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and main dishes that should cover most people. They appear to have nightly specials. The atmosphere is a little austere and the chairs, while not bad, are not really conducive to long leisurely meals. A little art work on the walls would soften the feel.
Overall, this is a very good restaurant and I would happily go back.
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