We were there to try out Hannah's Off the Square, a restaurant located... just off the town square. (Duh.) They have an extraordinary gluten free menu, with 12 different entrees, not one of which comes with a caveat like "order with no sauce and no sides." No, this is a REAL gluten free menu with choices like quail, bass, shrimp, pork, or lamb.
We ate outside in the courtyard/patio; it was a beautiful evening. I started with vegetarian Black Bean Soup with Smoked Paprika Crema. It was very flavorful, but spicy, and much more like a chili than a soup. They served it with gluten free crackers (Nut Thins) which was a really nice touch.
For my entree, I had Chicken Saltimbocca: Pan seared chicken breast, with sage and prosciutto brown butter cream, served over a butternut squash risotto. It was very good. (I have had a love affair with risotto since my husband and I went to a cool little risotto restaurant in NYC.)
We were too full for dessert, which was a shame, because I would have liked to try the honey-lime grilled fruit kabob a la mode. Sounds yummy.
It was a bit pricey. Dinner for two with soup, entree, and wine (no dessert) plus tip came to $98, but we left full and happy.