Lucia’s has a soothing neighborly atmosphere, the perfect place for dinner at the end of the week.
First, I ordered this salad. It was Mixed Greens with Baby Arugula, Radicchio, Pastures-A-Plenty Cottage Bacon, 6-Year Aged Cheddar Cheese, Currants, Apricots, and Riesling Vinaigrette. It was salad heaven. Look at that bite of bacon closely and pretend your savoring every bite. Heaven.
This bean soup was hearty and delicious.
The Roasted Chicken Breast With Wild Ramp and Ricotta Stuffing, had a Fresh Thyme Demi-Glaze, and Spring Vegetables. The flavors were wonderful and I was inspired just looking at the beautiful plate of color before me.
Todd had the Day Boat Halibut with Chardonnay-Chervil-Chive Butter Sauce and Wild Rice Pancakes. A bite of the fish was succulent, buttery and satisfying.
The dishes at Lucia’s communicate the care and hospitality that is put into them. The plates were beautifully and colorfully arranged, yet they didn’t say ta-da look at me. They instead seemed to humbly offer a warm satisfying and tasty meal that satisfied both the palate and the soul. True hospitality.
Finished to the end with goodness.