This place is beautifully designed with such great scenery, lighting and decor. You definitely feel like you are in a very high end hotel. We were promptly greeted and seated and were taken care of quickly the entire time we were there (about 2 hours and a group of 6 adults). Every time someone came to our table and we ordered food, they were sure to ask us if anyone had any allergies; which I have never been asked before. The bread was delicious but I was less impressed with my appetizer and main course. I ordered the watermelon salad to start and had the butternut squash ravioli as my main dish. The goat’s milk was the biggest turn off for the main dish and you better make sure you’re a big fan of it before ordering that entree. Our dessert (pictures below) was the absolute best part of the meal. It is by far one of my top two favorite desserts I have ever had.