Prices on the high side for what you get. It doesn't have to be shabby just because it is a bistro-type restaurant. It's a very dark restaurant--everything is painted in very dark brownish tones. The food was OK but not great. For the same amount of money (or less) you can eat in a much nicer restaurant and get food as good or better. I actually wish them well. The wait staff was excellent and eager to please. With the right mix of quality and price they could become a Main Street mainstay.
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