05/15/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Major cudos to the woman who took this old building over and turned it into a such a warm and appealing neighborhood friendly spot. The owner did most of the remodel work herself and has a flair for good organic food combinations, great wine and making her customers feel more like friends stopping by for dinner. The menu is small, but we've been there three times in a matter of a few weeks and everything we've tried so far is excellent! In the summer, they plan to use the 6000 sq ft. plot of land behind the restaurant to grow herbs and vegetables for their menu right there locally onsite. I'm walking distance from Olivers and I highly recommend this restaurant to all the locals who want a good meal and don't want to fight the wait list and parking at Bridgeport Village.