We arrived 20 minutes before the kitchen closed on a weekend night and chose to sit on the patio outside. A great deal of thought went into the outdoor decor,,,a three-cascade water feature bubbling over subtly lit rocks, a lovely Japanese maple tree and barberry to accent the falls to really make the ambiance cornerpiece. This feature alone nearly counter-balanced the server pushiness, but, considering the restaurant was closing quickly, was somewhat understandable. Lots of lamb, eggplant, and chick pea dishes on the both the appetizer and entree menus, as expected. Classy, professional crowd. Reasonable prices considering the area, decor, food quality, and food portions.
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