Six of us dined here the night before Thanksgiving and had a very nice meal. Items at our table included French onion soup, house salad made with romaine lettuce and if you have blue cheese dressing it came with crumbled blue cheese on top of that. Yum. A basket of fresh warm rolls topped off the salad. Entrees included mahi mahi stuffed with crab, sautéed sea scallops and veal piccatta with sides of baked sweet potatoes or garlic mashed. I would have preferred my scallops not to be drowning in the white wine and butter and seared a little more but all in all everyone enjoyed their meal. Service was attentive but not obtrusive. Unfortunately we did not check the time the winery store closed and missed out on trying some wine.
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