2001 BEST Restaurant, General Excellence, North
Yanks may have blond walls, blond lighting, and a blond clinetele, but it is far from bland. The French country pâté is truly dense, an order of moist salmon comes ensconced in puffed potato, and the quail sits in a swirl of rich reduction sauce. Toss in a serious wine list and live jazz, and you’ve discovered the most urbane dining experience on the North Shore.
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