On our budget it qualifies as a "special dinner", but we have always gone home agreeing that the cost is well worth it. Seasonal, local ingredients, fresh homemade charcuterie and pasta and pickles, and of course exceptional menu items evoking old-world comfort. Recently we had an arctic char gravlax amuse-bouche, seared scallops in saffron-lemon butter, and duck on beet-infused couscous. Yum. Their vanilla-bean creme brulee is second-to-none. Service is always fantastic, and they are never shy to recommend a wine pairing from their extensive list. Stop thinking about it, just go.
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