Salt and Tobacco simple done well.

For quite some time I watched and the signs went up. Every morning I would get my coffee and see changes going on at the 521 Parliament Street location. “Wonder what this is going to be”  people often said. Nobody was sure until the giant pizza ovens arrived.

 
A few months later a funny little place opened up. A pizza place with very simple menu, clean decor, simple salad and of course some wine and beer. Upon ordering one of the pizza and a drink and fancy pop for the kids we sat at bar height table next to another family, behind us was a softball team from the valley and we all ate, we simply ate.

 

Now I am no restaurant critic but I do know that simple ain’t so simple and the folks that designed Salt and Tobacco have created a simple, clean fresh approach to their restaurant and to their food. And the pizza and salads are all excellent. This  which makes for a great experience and of course a good restaurant.

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