We met friends who are locals here for dinner - it is a little off the beaten track and we would'n't have stumbled across it on our own. It is a small, cozy place with a sophisticated menu. I had the Bistro salad and the ribeye steak and my husband had roasted chicken - the portions were very large. Our friends ate off the vegetarian side of the menu with roasted carrots, pita with three dipping sauces, roasted fingerling potatoes and pasta. They have an interesting cocktails list and a good assortment of wines. My husband ordered the chocolate pot de creme for dessert which was decadent and came with a delicious shortbread cookie. The staff was professional and friendly. Great ambience!
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