My husband and I ventured out to this scenic restaurant nestled away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. As a couple who like to try new restaurants, this was not a disappointment. The atmosphere was breathtaking inside the restaurant with its rustic beams and stone wall. Even the landscaping was perfect on a cool early evening. The dinner was equally memorable. We were greeted right away and escorted to a spacious dining area. Service was amazing. The waitress was more than helpful and recommended many dishes and even described what each entailed. At first the appetizers may seen overwhelming and bizarre but they really should not be skipped. My husband started off with the Mornings Egg and was impressed with the popping flavors and intricate texture (rate this dish and A). I equally enjoyed the cold corn soup, which is a lot more detailed than the name leads on to be. It was top notch. All of the flavors really went well together. For our main meal, we tried the fried chicken and the Raised beef. The chicken was very enjoyable (rate the dish a B), nothing stunning about it but tasty. The beef was art perfection and really impressive visually. It was done a little more to what I had asked but it was delicious. I read some reviews about portion size and with what we ate, my husband and I left feeling full and decided to skip dessert. The cost of the dishes were comparable to the time each dish took to put together and the thought process that went into making each dish "pop" with flavor and texture. The service alone was worth the $100 bill. I recommend this to any couple as a special treat.
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