Visited Cask 63 last week for dinner, the restaurant that took over the Bloom space in Gainey Village. At 6pm, the bar was packed, thankfully I had reservations. The restaurant slowly filled up around 7pm. I ordered the Small White wine flight, which was a steal at $8 for 3 wines from Oregon, Italy & California. The pretzel bread brought to the table with three different butters (all very good, with my favorite being the mustard) was absolutely delicious. I ordered the trout almondine which was a good-sized portion. It was cooked perfectly, with crispy skin (my only complaint was that the skin was very salty, even for a salt fanatic like myself, but I could overlook it). I ordered the s'mores for dessert, recommended by the server, which consisted of two warm brownies, graham crackers, homemade marshmallow, and peanut butter ice cream. Perfect way to end a really great meal - and the price was very reasonable, under $40. Service was attentive and Jerry, the general manager, stopped by tables to check if everyone was happy. I was really pleased with this new restaurant and can't wait until I can get back there!