We had another wonderful meal on their new patio today. The lamb in pastry and their bread is out of this world. The calamari was a little too much fry and too little salad, but that is just me. The ambiance is nice with all the brick around and the opportunity to discuss the history of this region within the more national and global economic influences bearing on these mills. When we finished our meal and went to our vehicle, it would not start...battery problem. We went inside to get the name of a company to assist us, and an employee immediately came to the rescue and in no time gave us a jump. "Barth" was so much more than whatever his position is within the restaurant. Three nearby restaurants have closed this summer and Fish Bones is clearly picking up the slack in the estimation of me and my husband.
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