I stopped here for lunch with my sister on a Saturday when there was a crafts festival in town. We ate outside, which may have added to our enjoyment, but the food was excellent. My sister had the spinach and pear salad, and I had a frittata, accompanied by a salad and fresh-made bread. The ingredients seemed fresh, and were organic for the most part. Very good flavor combinations--we were very pleased. The wine selection is a little limited, and the service somewhat slow, but it was an overall positive experience.
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