Litchfield Hills FINALLY has a restaurant that is worth every penny plus for what is placed on your palate! There were 13 plates between the four of us, and everyone of them was cleaned! Chef Joel Viehland has gone beyond simply rising to the challenge of using local and fresh ingredients to dictate the items on his menu. Every dish was interesting, incredibly flavorful, and beautifully presented. It's no wonder that Cooking Light named him Small Town Chef for 2013! Though we were quite full from our small and medium plates, I am so thankful that we took the time to sample Tommy Juliano's creative desserts that were on the menu! The thyme ice cream was a perfect complement to the cinnamon in the perfectly prepared apple crisp. The red velvet mascarpone frozen dessert that sat atop small chunks of frozen mousse was a brilliant creation-so light and flavorful and almost too pretty to eat. I'm glad we did! I am so happy to have some place local that I can visit and have my mind and palate simultaneously stimulated !!
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