Stopped by for a late lunch during the 2013 Pumpkin Festival, and was surprised at how good our lunch was. We went with the Festival menu (of course) and had a lovely pumpkin/apple soup, pumpkin ravioli, pumpkin lasagna, and very reasonably priced merlot. The maitre 'd was gracious, and the service was friendly and prompt - even with the fair madhouse right outside the front door. We were not expecting such fresh, carefully made dishes in the middle of a cuisine wilderness!
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