I had the Fettuccine Alfredo:
Fettuccine pasta tossed in a parmesan cream sauce with wild mushrooms and English peas.
Phil ordered the Ravioli di Osso Buco:
Traditional ravioli filled with braised beef served with leak & mushroom fricassee, shaved parmesan and truffle oil.
Like any good spouse, he let me try some of his. My dish was good; his was fantastic. I highly recommend the ravioli! They make their own pasta, so it is fresh.
We ate outside and the view was lovely- how can one not enjoy Lake Huron and the evening sky?
For dessert, we shared Creme Brule:
Creamy vanilla bean custard "flaming" with fresh seasonal berries in a glass of "Flourus" Late Harvest Muscato- "the perfect ending."
The creme brule gets lit, and it is indeed flaming as it is set before you. (It would probably show better in the photo if we were sitting inside.)
These berries are sparkling! So delicious with the creme brule.
Our post-dessert treat: A rainbow!
There is a grand piano in the restaurant, and the musician played "Rainbow Connection" shortly before the rainbow appeared. Our first dance at our wedding was to that song! (We are Muppets fans).
What a gorgeous way to end a delicious dinner!