I had a rabbit ragout on polenta, my wife had local line caught salmon, freshly smoked/cooked. The ragout was very comforting, lightly spiced and flavourful and very good, but not exceptional. The fish was really outstanding, an excellent dish. Bread searved was very good. We had a dessert but now cant remember what - I recall it being very good as well. The waiter was very helpful and friendly, gave good advice on the wine, and replaced a glass when we tried something that we did not like - we know our wine and while this had a unique taste and one could argue it was just not for our palate, I think it was more likely a cheap deal and weak showing. But, I liked the fact that the vast majority of the list was local, Mendocino wine. The one detraction is that the tables were small and crammed in there so they could fit a lot of covers. To be fair, the layout of the place is poor, probably because its a period building, but they really could make it more comfortable taking out a couple tables (which should have been cut a little bigger in the first place. Hey guys, it matters! I know its a trade off to get more revenues per day by packing more covers in, but don't think its does not detract from the overall service! My shoulder was against a wall the whole night. As such I still give this a strong recommendation but given the cost per plate, I think they could have done a better job on layout.
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