2007 BEST Late-Night Dining
Sel de la Terre
At Sel de la Terre, eating after 10 p.m. doesn’t equal tired hamburgers and stale coffee. The late-night sustenance it offers comes with a gourmet touch: Chicken fingers are served with honey-mustard aioli, Vermont cheddar is melted over brioche, and juicy steak tips are marinated in a red wine reduction. The bar’s soft lighting and leather banquettes make it tempting to stay until the wee hours (or at least until closing time at 12:30 a.m.).
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