The dining room was simple but inviting. The vibe was good, the waiter ever-so-helpful, and the menu enticing. Oh and the company? It was excellent!
The chef's tartine (aka crostini), the mains, and oh-my-gosh the pot de crème were creative, flavorful, and savored down to the last bite.
The biggest "ah-ha" for me was actually the first course of crusty bread and olive oil with ricotta. Honestly, I'd never heard of such a combo, but when I searched on Pinterest for it, obviously others had! Here's a couple of recipes I found if you want to try it. I know I do!Whipped Ricotta with Lemon and Olive Oil
All in all, I loved this place. And best, of course, was sharing that terrific meal with family we don't get to see often enough. Really, there's nothing quite like it, is there?