What a disappointment. We had read good reviews about The Would and were expecting a good meal. That didn't happen. The bread only sweet, one with cinnamon and the other a soft sweet bread. We usually expect a nice baguette or Italian style in a good restaurant. The arrugula salad was nice but that was it. We also had the beef barley soup. The soup and barley were ok but the chewy pieces of beef tasted like they were from a can. We ordered duck breast, which was supposed to be medium rare but came out medium well. The duck meat was tough, although the sauce was nice. The other entree we ordered was the skirt steak, again ordered medium rare, but this time was almost raw. Wouldn't ask for more fire on it, because it came pre-sliced and any attempt to cook it more would make it over-done. However, that wouldn't be worth it anyway, the meat was as tough as shoe-leather. The vegetables on the side, don't ask. A few string-beans were tough, but at least probably fresh. The other vegetable was corn kernels that must have come from a can, possibly frozen, but certainly not fresh. I was hoping being located in farm country fresh vegetables would be expected. One positive, the wine list contained fairly priced selections.
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