My wife and I just had dinner at Market House early on a Sat evening and had a really nice experience. It was a pleasant evening, so we sat outside under the shade of a tree. The restaurant has a bar area, an inside pen deck area, and an outside patio. The waiter was informal and friendly, letting us know about the specials of the evening. The food was really quite good - fresh and full of flavor. My wife and I each had fish (sole and brook trout) and I had some tomato basil soup. The soup was a great start - full of tomato flavor (with some very small pieces of tomato in the soup) and thick but not overly creamy, with a good basil flavor. A serving of their fresh focaccia herb bread all started the meal, and they give you bottles of cold water on the table.
Both fish dishes were very good - the trout was served with a small garnish of kolrabi/mandarin salad, and the sole with some garnish of white asparagus salad. Both of the entrees also tasted really fresh - the trout was grilled and and the sole was breaded.
We shared an apple/[ear crumble served with some homemade vanilla ice cream that was a perfect blend of crispy oats on top, great fruit flavor, and a creamy vanilla bean ice cream.
I would say overall it was a really nice experience, but at the same time the atmosphere was just a bit upscale informal for me. It seemed everyone there was wearing polos and khaki shorts with boat shoes. it had this kind of formal informality that was hard to put your finger on. The staff was actually great, but I got a sense that it was much more a "we're ready to wait on you" ambience than a "welcome to our family".
But the food was great, the service really friendly, and the atmosphere was lovely for a spring evening. The portions are generous but things are essentially ala carte (e.g. the garnishes can't really be considered a side vegetable) and the price just a little on the high side. For the two of us, no drinks, one soup, two entrees, one dessert was about $80 with tax and tip.