This restaurant was on our B&B's recommended list for fine dining. The actual building it's in is historic and beautiful. The decor & atmosphere of the restaurant is great. The food selection is limited and they had several substitutions- I had wanted to order the halibut, but they were substituting it with salmon, which I didn't want, so I ended up ordering 2 appetizers instead. The restaurant is divided into a dining area & a wine bar/bistro with the same menu. Our waiter ignored us for long periods of time, presumably he had more customers on the bar side. He was also pretty snotty when I asked for a gin & tonic - telling me this is a wine bar and that only have wine & beer. He also never asked us if we wanted drink refills and when I asked for an herbal tea, he brought me a teapot with fresh mint leaves only in the infuser, which was odd.
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