The first thing I noticed was the smell of clean wood as we entered the lobby. The entire place is clean blonde wood making for a bright and airy feel of comfort. The server was friendly but there was quite a wait for our food to arrive. My daughter's scallop stew was good with sufficient scallops and rich broth. The two panninis that were ordered were on home baked bread almost like a focaccia and sported a fair amount of meat and condiments. My mom's Reuben was a little light on kraut and the corned beef a bit dry and was on a grilled textured rye that had good flavor. I ordered a special of the day, a pulled chicken barbecue sandwich. There were good chunks of tender chicken well coated in a tangy, sweet sauce with just the mildest bite. This was served with a small cup of baked beans that were somewhat overdone.
All that sounds over critical for what was really a very good lunch that should have been served more promptly. The ambiance was very nice and it was fun to explore the market next door that featured a wine room and a variety of baked goods, cheeses and even toutiere pie.
I would give it another try.
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