Summer is coming. Eventually. It's gotta be. We're looking forward to warm days on the veranda and in the yard.
THE FOOD: We shared a lovely cheese plate ($16) that contained goat cheese, Camembert, blue cheese, Cheddar, walnuts, dried apricots and prunes, berry preserves and a pile of mesclun greens. Part of us wanted to ask for more baguette slices, but we knew if we kept eating bread and cheese we would spoil our next course.
Who can resist a ramekin of creme brulee ($6)? Not us. Creme brulee is one of our favorite desserts. The custard was thick and rich and not too sweet, with a beautiful brown crown of burnt sugar to crack our spoons through.