For anybody who enjoys fine cuisine in a charming setting, then this is the place for you. The menu changes seasonally, which is they way real chefs operate, and Chef William Severac is a real chef and, he is French. If I go to a Fench restaurant, I want authentic French cuisine, not some facsimile thereof. When I go to this place, I try to have something different each time. I have sampled Wild Boar, Rabbit, Sea Bass and filet mignon with a bernaise sauce like you have never had in your life. The fois gras is incredible as is the goat cheese appetizer along with the escargot. Again, some of these things change seasonally. This chef only obtains fresh ingredients and he is a fanatic for quality. The service is excellent and Chef William Severac's wife, Muriel, is a wonderful woman who operates the business side of things. She is a wine expert and if some of you are afraid to choose a wine, she will recommend something very nice. The wine list changes routinely and there are many things that may not be on the list so it is best to ask Muriel what she has in the cellar. This is the perfect setting for an intimate evening. There is no pretense here. The chef and his wife make you feel right at home. There is really no dress code so that is never a concern. Just bring an open mind to one of the finest restaurants on the east coast. It is worth the drive to this place. I keep going back, and I live 1 hour away. Among all of the highly commercialized restaurants around, this place stands out among the over priced, low level food americans are accustomed to eating. If you want great authentic French cuisine cooked by a frenchman trained in France, then this is the place.
Pros: Food, Ambience, Service.
Cons: Probably a long drive for most people.