I have been coming to Petite Auberge for over 30 years for special occasions and the occasional nice dinner out. Our meal on this night was very good and we enjoyed ourselves. We ordered the Beef Wellington, one of our favorite items here. It was very good, although mine could have been a tiny bit less done - I asked for medium rare, and it was more like medium. I had the Vichysoisse; it was very tasty and icy but thin - maybe this is the correct way to serve it, but I'm used to a little thicker. My husband had the crab cake; I am from Maryland and am a crab-cake snob; it was really quite good! - full of lump crab meat, not too much filler, and not over-seasoned. We were both too full for dessert. They had a female singer who played guitar and Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and similar songs; it was very pleasant, although I'm not sure if she is there every night or just Saturdays. My only real complaint, although it wasn't a really big deal, was that the servers seemed to be less attentive than usual; perhaps it was unusually busy, but we had to ask for an ice bucket after being told one would come, and the servers seemed to be rushing around. Even then, the service was good - just not as excellent as we have come to expect. One note - Petite Auberge is moving after New Year's to another location, so check the address.