and neither did I until I went to Silver Spoon for dinner tonight.
I have been enjoying Sunday Breakfast/Brunch here for a couple of years and am kicking myself for overlooking the Silver Spoon for some of the finest dinner foods I have found in this area.
Do not expect fine linen napkins, or tablecloths for that matter; as this place is all about the food.
The dinner menu covers something for everyone; as long as you can appreciate fresh and finely prepared quality foods. From the lobster and muchroom strudel appetizer to home made pastas (the gnocchi is truly PERFECT), fresh fish, filet mignon, and other incredibly flavorful plates this place is a hidden gem among the larger eateries.
You cannot find food like this in many places and I highly recommend you give it a try.
It is BYOB and they have a special tasting menu night that changes regularly.
Oh yeah, did I mention that the baked goods are also all home made? The cheese cake w/ pignoli nut crust is to die for.