Ate here with two biz colleagues during a weeklong conference on the suggestion of some local friends. As your server explains to you, food is sourced farm to table so everything is quite fresh. The menu changes regularly, so you may have something different. I had the pan seared rice cake made with rice crisps and melted cheese. It was incredibly savory and somewhat like a gilled cheese sandwich, sprinkled with micro greens. I followed with the salmon which was perfectly moist, sitting atop a type of lentil stew. While the portion was not large, it was sufficient to fill me up. My companions each enjoyed their entrées as well. Wine list is clustered by style/body and was reasonable, not excessively priced. Service was friendly and attentive. The only thing I found to be on the downside was the noise level. The restaurant is all hard surfaces, which echo and emplify the lively atmosphere. At times it was hard to carry a conversation.
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