I heard about this restaurant from a couple of places. It specializes in regional foods and produce. Whenever I visit a place, I always want to eat local foods. How else are you going to get to know a place until you eat food that's been grown and raised there?
It was an easy drive, and the restaurant looks over Seneca Lake. A beautiful farmhouse. Our server was such a sweetheart. For dinner, we ordered 2 salads and a corn soup - for entrees, a pork tenderloin, duck breast, and cod. For wine, a 2006 Hermann J. Weimer Riesling. Everything we ate was from the region, it was fresh, and it was in season. Perfect. I enjoyed the food. Not inexpensive though. Simple, country dishes, nothing fancy. And I mean, nothing fancy. The food was so fresh, the cuts were top quality. And that's all you can ask out of a restaurant. Very impressed. Really got a taste of the local produce. Interesting experience.
Here's a couple of pictures of the outside and the dining room. If you're in the area, make sure you visit.