My son and I had dinner here during restaurant week. We selected off the limited menu and supplemented it with the roasted delicata squash, wine and coffee. The restaurant is a converted house with both indoor and outdoor seating. Though the tables appear close together, they're not and we had ample room. The noise level is on the high side but not totally annoying. The menu is locally sourced and identifies items that aren't certified as "organic." I began with the goat cheese tart topped with anchovies. It was well filled so the saltiness of the anchovies didn't overwhelm the cheese flavor. My next course was a total winner: the bean cassoulet. I was overwhelmed by the smell, and then I tasted it. Heaven in a bowl. The mushrooms were just the right touch. The squash was equally excellent, roasted and then prepared in a brown butter. My son shared his mussels with me. It was another good choice but I preferred the cassoulet (and so did he). I finished with the chocolate ganache cake and decaf coffee. The coffee was excellent. The cake was well done. The wine list is short and 50:50 domestic to imported. The domestic tends to Washington and Oregon. The service was very careful and professional. We were tag-teamed by a couple of servers and that was nice actually. This restaurant is definitely worth many repeat visits.
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