My husband took me to the Alvah Stone for the first time Saturday night for dinner. And I am so glad he did. We just loved the food. We were both really impressed with the way all the flavors of the ingredients featured in each dish worked together. The essence of each flavor seemed really clear and bright. The unique medley of flavors worked really well together...in perfect balance. The chicken liver mousse with onion marmalade melted in our mouths. We just loved the bass in lobster broth with braised fennel and cherry tomatoes. Everything we tried just worked and gave us a sense of surprise in each bite. The casual atmosphere was very comfortable and service was very spirited. Although we were sorry to learn that the previous restaurant here, the Night Kitchen, had closed, we think this new chef makes the new place even better. May the menu excitement continue!
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