Stopped in for a memorable quick lunch - don't be put off by the small number of tables out front there's a small patio in back that offers a pleasant bit of quiet off of the main street. Offers a remarkable selection of local wine, cheese, and cured meats - and some salads and vegetables - all assembled in a closet sized kitchen with a toaster oven as best I could tell. The woman who served and prepared was very helpful - telling us a bit about each of the items and suggesting glasses of wine to pair. Sometimes the simple things are best.
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