We just got back from eating at Bridgewater...and it was great!
The food was very tasty, variety of choices, well prepared and presented. The shrimp and scallop skewers are a definite tip, and the cioppino is to die for. The best we've had since our vacation on the US West Coast. I've had better Lobster Alfredo, but it was still a good dish.
You wíll be overloaded with garlic bread, though. The bread is really good, but bread with pasta and/or rice is a little too much for me. But, doggybags are there for a reason!
The desserts were too delicious: we had the Bruleé Cheesecake and the Brownie. Though the Cheesecake had nothing Bruleé-ish about it, it was still a great Cheesecake. The Brownie...was heaven on a plate. Save room for it!
The service was a ok. She messed up some of the appetizers, but it was solved very quickly. The waitress said she had a little confusing day, but she was very nice and double checked everything after her first 'mistake', so all's good.
The location is great as well: in the heart of Old Town in Florence, just a short walk away from some Inn's and B&B's in this picturesque town. The building and it's decoration are very nice as well.
Great value, too. Five people, three courses each, drinks and tip cost us about $176 total. So, a definite must if you're spending the night (or day) in Florence, OR.
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