Fantastic food, great service and very romantic. (The romantic aesthetics are light and airy rather than dark and seductive, if that makes sense.) We sat outside on their patio and had a fabulous dinner. My partner has brunch there often and says the brunch is fantastic too. Might be hard to find if you're from out of town and driving as it's tucked into a building perched on a bit of a hill at the intersection of three sometimes busy streets. The restaurant though is super quiet and cozy. Well worth the visit and the splurge.
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