This charming restaurant came highly recommended by several locals while we stayed in Cedar City. It's nestled in a historic neighborhood among residential houses and can be hard to spot if you miss the sign. It has an old world European charm and looks as if it fell right out of the Shire. The food was good and it was reasonably priced for Cedar City. We were advised to byob and brought a 2007 bottle of Opus One. The wine list looked a little scant, but the corkage fee was only $5. The fireplace was roaring and the old floors creaked as we were guided to our little romantic alcove table. The windows were old and had a seeded glass feel; the occasional draft added to the whole old-world ambiance. It was March and the flowers and vines were still sleeping, but I imagine that it is a glorious Thomas Kinkade painting when all is in bloom. Quaint, romantic, and stirred a sense of far and away in a simpler time.
Overall, a pleasant and charming experience.
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