Inspired food for the sophisticated palette in a homey, handing-aprons environment. To start, I ordered a blood orange margarita with sugar on the rim. It was a divine beginning. Next came the House Made Pappardelle Pasta with Blackened Shrimp. Often blackened shrimp are too black and spicy for me, but not this time. Each time I finished one, I hesitated before wiping my fingers in my napkin. I didn't want to! Just the right amount of seasoning and kick. The pasta was cooked to perfection in a light tomato cream sauce, just enough tomato to give it a salmon color. The Pot de Creme arrived with plenty of whipped cream and the chocolate cream was sans cinnamon, liquor or coffee flavoring. Just the way I like it with only a dash to vanilla added to the basic ingredients. I tasted my friend's Pan-Seared Scallops and his Apple Crisp with Carmelized Pear Ice Cream. Both wonderful, and Miss Lucy's give you a generous scoop of ice cream instead of the tiny token dollop you might often see. If I'd had one more day, I would have dined at Miss Lucy's Kitchen as soon as it opened in the morning.
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