My wife and I dined there for the first time in years. The space is small, but quite cozy and welcoming. There's a separate "wine room" which appears to be for groups. We chatted with the woman who bought it from the founder. She's working hard to maintain its quaint, local feel. After asking a couple of questions about the type of wine you'd like, she brings a couple of bottles to taste. I settled on a glass of excellent Zinfandel, and my wife had an equally satisfying Sancerre. They were $14/15 per glass. The food is good to excellent, although the portions are on the smaller side -there were just two of my flavorful cannelloni, when I would have expected three for the $18 price.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.