We were directed to Quarter/quarter by our B&B hosts (Hillcrest Hideaway in Lanesboro). It was worth the 30 minute drive from Lanesboro on a windy country road complete with rolling farm land and Amish farms.
We opted for the Tasting Menu - cantaloupe salad with crisped prosciutto, swordfish with citrus fennel salad, braised beef ravioli, and cherry chocolate cake. Delicious but slightly pricey for the portions ($90 including tip for two people with tea and coffee - no wine). However, based on other restaurant menus/prices that we considered, the meal was not far off the other choices in the Lanesboro area, and the ambiance of Quarter/quarter was worth it.
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