Just come on through the doors and you will immediately find yourself indulged in such a unique and historical piece of culture. Pure authenticity, the food comes from the family and the heart!
The “new” space is much more conducive to comfortable dining. The restaurant is easier to get to with much more parking, much more seating and the same wonderful food. The kitchen looks to be more spacious – they don’t appear to be staging an elaborate Fais-do-do back there any more. The only thing lacking right now is obvious signage on the street and print media inside the building; perhaps that’s a function of the city’s sign ordinance. But that doesn’t seem to hinder folks from finding this place. The inside seating remains from the Ruperts days and there are at least 10 outdoor tables on the patio with about half of them under a canopy. There is also seating inside the Old Hatchery wine room and the wine bar has it’s own hostess in addition to the servers from the kitchen.