The restaurant is open for Friday evening tapas which are actually small plates of non-Spanish food. There is an extensive collection of wines. On Fridays you can select any wine on the shelves to drink at your table without a corkage or or additional markup. They also have wines by the glass.
Setting is charming, looks out on the inner courtyard which has flowers and a nice feel. Don't be discouraged by the fact that it's in a minimall (Towne Seaport?) off of 101. It is quiet and peaceful in the restaurant.
Food was outstanding. We had one of everything on the menu. All of the dishes are small plates and each one was presented and arranged beautifully. Standout dishes included the flatiron steak with heirloom tomato chutney; lamb shoulder with beets, arugula, and blue cheese; cabbage stuffed with veal and sausage; ravioli stuffed with mushrooms, leeks (?)--very delicately flavored, same with the broth; cheese plate with artisan cheeses and local fruit. It seems like the menu changes each time as the owner was just printing it up when we walked in during the late afternoon.
Go and enjoy!
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