I've been here several times since it opened in July, 2011, because it's near my home. What I like - charming decor, good service and good food. What isn't so great is that it's small so you are right up against others but that's what a bistro is. It's also fairly pricey although less so at lunch. We sometimes bring our own special bottle of wine (corkage fee is $25) and have always been received graciously by the sommelier/maitre d'.
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