An interesting selection of traditional Boer dishes, mostly pot pie types of offerings. We learned about the restaurant from a NY Times travel piece from the mid 2000s, but the place apparently changed owners (and chefs) 2-3 years ago. We opted for the tasting menu, which was fine, if indistinct. This is down home cooking was palatable, but not terribly memorable. Nothing wrong with any of that, although the pricing on the tasting menu was more upmarket than the food itself.
Service at Annie's was charming and amateurish. Our waitress steered us towards the tasting menu in blunt fashion "You should get that. Everyone likes it.". Best of all was when I asked her about three different reds on wine list, which she described simply as light, medium, and dark.
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