The Gabardine is a polished American bistro with elements that make it more casual: epoxy-lacquered wood tables, white walls, patterned white tin ceiling, mis-matched dishware, and a chalkboard. I stopped in recently and http://www.brandon.cl/levitra-overnight enjoyed some lunch in this bright and airy space.
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For dessert, I got the burnt marshmallow ice cream sandwich. Nice toasty-tasting ice cream (from Greg’s Ice Cream), thin chocolate cookie wafer, all sitting on a dollop of dulce de leche (I think). Was happy to have ordered it.
The space is cozy with a max of 30ish seated (by my lousy counting skills), and maybe 6 at the bar. Menu includes a ploughman’s, mac ‘n’ cheese, daily soup, and more meaty options. The menu isn’t extensive, but has a decent breadth of selection. Minor gripe: They offer a London Fog on their coffee/tea menu but is unable to offer me Earl Grey as a tea selection. Sigh. Despite lacking my tea of choice, I look forward to checking things out more thoroughly on russellcobb.com a future visit.