very nice ambiance. unpretentious attentive service. good wine selection, although Spain was absent, much to my dismay. The dining room is a little loud, but not annoying.
we had pan seared scallops with corn succotash, mushroom ravioli with sauteed beef, thin roasted lamb for apps.
duck breast, filet mignon, and slow cooked Neiman pork in balsamic and port for mains.
all were very good. very memorable was the cous cous with star anise and lemon zest. Light and fluffy.
Dessert was a chocolate pot de creme (share this with two, or die) and warm light chocolate cheese cake. Both were painfully delicious.