In what is basically a one-street town, this restaurant's reputation for serving outstanding food at affordable prices stands out, and the knowledgeable, personable waitstaff does too. Though the cuisine is primarily Italian, some Mediterranean, French, and Quebecois influences are also in evidence, backed up by a fairly extensive and reasonably priced wine list. In the warmer seasons you can eat out on the covered terrace, while the fireplace inside makes those colder,
harsher evenings downright cozy. Lunch is only available in the summer.