It was just hubby and I, so it was a nice place for a relaxing, romantic (as you can see from the photos, the lighting is super dim) dinner.
I loved how knowledgable our server, Gina, was. She gave several suggestions on wines and beer and I loved being able to sample a couple before ordering. It stinks to order something on a recommendation and learn that you don't like it all that much. I told her I liked whites on the sweeter side and ended up loving the Gewürztraminer that she suggested.
As a starter, we got the roasted vegetable and goat cheese flatbread, which was phenomenal - super crispy crust and with a nice variety of vegetables, including beets, which I love sincerely!
The bread that was served before our meal was a mini pretzel loaf.
Can't recall what craft beer hubby settled on, but he was happy to also have a chance to try out a few samples.
We'd actually eaten not long before our stop and didn't want to overdo it, so we decided to split a surf and turf chef special for that night, which they were happy to do. The portion was perfect and it was great to have a little taste of the medium bone in filet and horseradish crusted salmon. It was served with Mary's Potatoes and parsnips with carrots.