Very warm interior with lots of dark wood and old family style photos on the wall with a swank eatery meets the family cabin feel to it. The back wall by the kitchen is dominated by an amazing cold case that is packed full of the most amazing desserts, and almost stops dinner to segue straight to the ?soul food? portion of the evening. Tom, one of the owners, is a constant presence in the 20-table dining room and is a warm and gregarious host that made some out of town Seattleites very welcome, and immediately took us under his wing and to a table. The wine list is very much dominated by the offerings of Walla Walla, rightly so, and is very reasonably priced to boot! I had the Cherry Balsamic duck breast and my wife had a lovely Prime Rib, paired up with a brilliant Syzygy red meritage. Dinner moved into House made tiramisu that was decadent, and had that first bite eye popping ?WOW?, washed down with some perfect, freshly roasted coffee. Tom the owner took the time to get to know Jane and I, find out why we where in Walla Walla, and insisted on us letting him make our next reservations on our amazing gastronomic adventure?and we thought we where in town for the wine!?
Pros: Great ambiance, food and wine
Cons: Not a one