I salute the intentions of the chef here. Come prepared to spend some time and have an experience, not a quick meal. Chef creates dishes as they are ordered. The learning curve should have expired for chefs and owners to get onboard with creative, vibrant GF, vegan, and vegetarian options. We are no longer the minority. I find it offensive when a server approaches our table to sing the praises of the Sunday brunch and only mentions items that are meat, egg, cheese and flour filled. When my supportive date inquired about GF options, she quipped "Sure, have your benny without a muffin!" We arrived on a busy Saturday night, with a reservation and were quickly seated. Ten points for being ready for us! Service was VERY slow, but they were down a server so I completely understand how hard that is. The menu is nice, although I feel overpriced for what you get. Again... I have to call this restaurant out for their lack of GF, vegetarian and most of all, lack of vegan options. I ate an entree that was outside of my regime because we were with another couple and I hate calling attention to myself. This was a real issue, and I hope they will revamp the menu. This is a lovely restaurant in a town that needs a lovely restaurant...and I really want to have a reason to go back!
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