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From Our Editors
Although D’Vine On The Hill's menu consists of New World cuisine, nearly every dish has a decidedly European flair. Grilled cedar-plank salmon drapes a risotto cake, veal chops top potato croquettes, and scallops wade in béchamel sauce. Integrating Italian and French influences, these dishes offer a preview of the dessert menu, which includes crème brulée and tiramisu.
A live pianist fills the dining rooms with cheerful tunes, but only plays chopsticks upon request. Hardwood floors and wine-red walls give the dining rooms an upscale ambiance that carries to the outdoor patio, which features a fireplace and brick oven.