The atmosphere is historically charming, both inside and outside on the patio; service is spot-on and just the right amount of friendly; the wine list is respectable. As for the menu, there is a nice selection of appetizers and wraps, salads, and sandwiches. Entrées cover the basic food groups: fin, feather, and foot. A chicken and rice soup was delish and just what the doctor ordered. Creamy penne was al dente, with substantial chunks of succulent chicken. Tenderloin medallions were appropriately rare, the demi-glace smooth, the mashed potatoes creamy. Then the dessert tray arrived, and our evening went from good to OMG in 2,000 calories. At least a dozen offerings included two cheesecakes, a couple of fruit pies, and an array of cakes ranging from the delicious (Italian cream) to the sublime (flourless chocolate).