Very nice, impressive dinner experience at this restaurant that is now about a year old.
There are two sections to the restaurant, a bar area with a banquette and some tables nearby, and a separate tables only restaurant section. We arrived relatively late in the evening and the restaurant was pretty empty, so we sat at a table in the bar area. Very nicely decorated, very comfortable chairs, and service was very friendly and accommodating without being intrusive.
But the food - that's the best part. We loved the warm bread to start, with tasty garlic, oil & balsamic dip. Mr. started with warm polenta with a sauce of mushroom, onion, tomato. We each had a salad, mine was arugula and pear, he had a different salad, both had nice dressings and flavor combinations. He had striped bass with potatoes and a vegetable - I'm not too clear on what he ate because I was so thrilled with my carefully seasoned salmon with delicious brown rice with haricot verts and a few other goodies and a great sauce. Water refills were prompt, wines by the glass were fine.
I really liked the other touches - real hefty silverware, big napkins, nice lighting: definitely not just whatever was cheapest at the restaurant supply store.
This is a place I happily recommend. You may have to search a bit to find it - it's around the corner, in the space that Books on the Common once inhabited.