Chris and the gang served up another amazing dinner! I have been lucky enough to have dinner here 2 Saturdays in a row! Last week, we came to celebrate my birthday and tonight to celebrate the visit of one of my best friends! If you...More
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Although Epi's is a small restaurant and very hard to get reservations in, it is well worth planning a visit. You will be warmly greeted by Chris, as if you are entering her home as a dinner guest. Menu is limited with Basque specialties featured,...More
This is a family run business and your chances of getting a table without reservations is limited. We enjoyed the unique Basque offerings on the menu. Very friendly folks who will work to please you.
Food was authentic, reasonable and quite good...but make a reservation - they are usually full! If you have room after dinner, the rice pudding is a must!
The staff makes everyone feel valued and welcome. I highly recommend every single dessert on the menu-believe me, I've tried them all!
The restaurant is a homey (literallly--it's a converted house) warm, inviting place. This is enhanced by the welcoming motherly welcome given by the hostess. The food was delicious. They had a special fish dish which was amazing.
Epi's is a fantastic and unique place to enjoy a great meal. It's not your typical big box place or menu. The feel is mom and pop, laid back and extra friendly, yet high quality food and wine selection mid-level prices. The average dress is...More
This place is unique! You feel like a part of the family as soon as you enter. Chris greeted us at the door, seated us at our table, and then spent at least 5 minutes talking with my wife and I. We were first time...More