The atmosphere was cozy, even sitting outside on a cool fall evening, and the food was comforting. The bar area, typical pub look, with the menu written on a chalkboard. They give you your table number written on a wooden spoon which you then stick inside an empty wine bottle that adorns your table. The floors were made of old creaky wood and there were a couple fireplaces here and there. The outside seating area on a stone patio had wooden tables with matching bench chairs and it was covered by a white tent decorated with white lights. A tree sitting next to the patio was also covered in the pretty little white lights making the whole area seem like we were at a quiet outdoor party.
First they brought us a small loaf of freshly baked bread...soft on the inside and crisp on the outside.
Hubby ordered a ceasar salad, and filet with mashed potatoes and carrots. Nothing super special or out of the ordinary but yumma yumma nonetheless.
I ordered spicy sweet potato soup which was served in this cute little pewter cauldron...so creamy and not hot spicy but spice spicy, like maybe cardamom or cinnamon or nutmeg? I don't know but it was heavenly.
I also ordered their seasonal lasagna, which was unlike any lasagna I've ever had. First of all there was not one sign of a tomato. Instead it was pasta layered with butternut squash, sage, and goat cheese. It was topped with some kind of white creamy cheesy sauce.