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Tonight: I arrived at 7:16 for a reservation at 7:30. I was asked to wait at the bar because no table was available. I was seated about 7:20 and given water and bread. It was 7:50 and I had not been asked for a dinner...More
Went here for brunch for the first time. At first, was a bit put-off, as the noise level was a bit high, due to it being busy and several large parties there for brunch. But, as the crowds left, the place settled into more relaxed...More
Service here was a bit rushed. Went after work for dinner with colleagues and we felt hurried along by our server. The meals were very good. Appetizers were very good. Drinks were amazing. Trendy decor. Young crowd.
We had an unexpected treat after visiting the CT DMV ... right next door is a wonderful farm-to-table restaurant. We had lunch from a very varied/ample menu of salads/sandwiches/entrees with a lovely wine list by-the-glass. The service is professional and attentive and the prices are...More
We visited the Oak and Almond for dinner after a day of meetings. The restaurant was busy and we opted to sit at the bar. They had a wonderful seasonal beer called Berkshire. We had an appetizer of pork meatballs with marinara sauce which was...More
My husband and I stopped at Oak and Almond for a quick brunch. We sat in the bar to enjoy the football games.
I ordered the eggs benedict and was very clear that I didnt want overcooked eggs and to make certain they were poached....More
Good food, service, atmosphere - best was /is the lack of noise - very easy to have a conversation without a background din - able to enjoy the company
Mussels are excellent - too many for one - almond pie dessert shared by 4 -...More