If you want to support local farmers, this is the place to go. Their menu is quite diverse and eclectic. Unfortunately, many items on the menu were just not appealing to us...so, we got the main course we wanted but not necessarily the side dish we would preferred. The salmon comes with beets and pickled fennel. Although neither were disgusting - certainly not what you would suggest with salmon. The salmon was pretty good. The beef filet chimichurri sauce (which didn't seem to be quite 8 oz. as advertised) was cooked to perfection but the fingerling potatoes left much to be desired. Atmosphere was romantic; white linen table cloths. I've heard that their breakfast menu is excellent. We may want to go back just to try that next time.
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