Set atop Mount Adams, this bistro offers inventive dishes in a unique setting.. In Short An unusual detail lurks everywhere you look in this famous former pottery. Three huge brick kilns--complete with chimneys--occupy the main floor. Two serve as dining alcoves seating eight, and one serves as wine storage; above are stained-glass windows of local scenes. The kitchen turns out a wide range of dishes, from simple sandwiches to entrees. Highlights include the Mediterranean and Southwest tequila chicken plates, fried baby calamari and French onion soup.
User review by geopesco.
Great new feel for an old restaurant with new owner Nick Longo. I think it is fair to say that the fun is back. Give it a shot vand forgive old failures and enjoy a totally new menu, not just a reworked one. If you ever liked this restaurant before, you will love it now.
The $10 Hamburger Hut.
If you want to spend $10 for a hamburger and add fries ala carte for another $2, this is the place for you. The familiar reasonably priced burgers and fries are a thing of the past. Oh, they still have the same name and ingredients....but now, they are "Bistro Burgers" and command a much higher price. The service was extremely fast giving the impression that the food was not prepared fresh.