Changed hands adios Maria, bienvenidos Infantes. Had a great meal on the third night in a full house. Rumor is the chef's are from Wildflower in Tucson. Great menu, fair prices delicious first experience. The table bread was fantastic, a chiabatta baked fresh with a sweet creamed butter. Started with perfectly cooked scallops with pancetta over creamed cauliflower. Had house-made lamb sausage in a tomato and onion reduction with gnocchi. We also had Scottish roasted salmon on white beans with a butter sauce. too much food to try dessert. Not huge portions but plenty for us. About $65 with two glasses of wine.
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