Like Cheers. Except with Moules Frites. And Manolos.
- Seven nights a week, the menu stars one deliciously homey nightly special, ranging from fish tacos to spaghetti Bolognese to a leg of lamb. These are a can’t-miss, especially for sharing.
- A well-edited wine list stars splurges (Cakebread Chardonnay, $83) and steals (Domaine Martinolles Pinot Noir, $35).
- Equally attended to are cocktail choices. House favorites include the delicate white peach Bellini, the not-too-sweet Old Fashioned and Grey Goose Poire with a hint of Lillet Blanc and fresh lime -- the owner’s preferred libation, appropriately named the “Audrey.”
Good to Know
- Seats in the lounge and outside, which are heated on chilly nights, are first-come, first served. But that doesn’t mean they’re always easy to come by, prized as they are for socializing.
·Farmer's Market Beets
·Pan-Seared Wild Mushroom Ravioli
·Half-Baked Toll House Cookie
·Splurge: Cakebread Chardonnay, $83
·Good Value: Domaine Martinolles Pinot Noir, $35
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