Great location up in the hills, but development is starting to approach the restaurant, which used to entail taking a long dirt road up to it. Now, perhaps one third of the length that it used to be, but the restaurant is still in a historic building and isolated, still presenting the feel of being in nature while enjoying a meal.
Service was still good, everybody on their staff worked together to ensure we were satisfied, as we had multiple points of contact. In addition to pleasant spring weather, we had music in the background. It made a good impression on my date, thus it made a good impression for me! I missed seeing their salmon on the menu this time; that was to die for, the best I've ever had anywhere. They also had a bread pudding that was outstanding, but I couldn't convince my date to give it a try. Oh, well, next time!
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