Excellent food, walked in at 9:15 when closing at 10. Had a great meal and dessert. Would go back and wrote this review so I could look up this place in the future easily.
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There is that top tier of Twin Cities restaurants. You know, But her and the Boar, Bar la Grassa, Bachelor Farmer. This is a quieter place. But in many ways more charming. The space is quirky yet comforting. The owner is almost always there, charming...More
The space is cozy, but both food and service was lacking. It felt like both were trying too hard to be unique, but haven't mastered the basics yet. The parsnip soup was overly spiced and had the consistency of apple sauce. The salad had too...More
A group of six of us had a celebration dinner on a recent Saturday night. There was a pleasant vibe in this smallish and very nicely appointed eatery. We enjoyed the very knowledgable server, Maggie who was personable and fun to highlight the unique designed...More
This makes me sad because I really wanted to like this restaurant. The service was excellent and the decor is old-world elegant with stone walls and intimate tables. However, the food was hit or miss, and I think it's because every dish has too many...More
Because we don't live near by we don't get here too often. Every time we come I wonder why we don't make the drive more often. Go here and this is what you will find: warm engaging servers, owner on site, delicious food and great...More
We read about this restaurant in a tourist magazine, and looked up some of the reviews which were generally very positive. We went for the five-course tasting menu which is offered Mondays through Thursday. We enjoyed the entire meal which included soup, salad, duck, wild...More