My wife and the dog and I spent a few hours at an outside table last Saturday, enjoying a wonderfall fall day and some excellent food/drinks. It was our fifth or sixth visit, and the kitchen and wait staff continues to perform well above average, both in service and food quality. After being disappointed by the unavailability of the saucisson sandwich and tuna options, my wife and I were very pleased with our selections of grilled opa on her salad and a lamb hamburger for me. (The dog was happy with her bowl of water, which was promptly brought out without having to request it.) The frites (it is a French brasserie) were perfectly done: extra crispy outside and fluffy potato inside.
They also have a great cocktail menu, along with several unusual bottled beer selections and a nice wine list. This trip we did not purchase a bottle of wine, but in the past we have had several, and the bartender helped us make very good selections. I think I remember that they specialize in a particular Lebanese vineyard's wines, in addition to Napa and French varietals.
FYI: they have a great lunch menu, but on Sundays at lunch you can only order from the brunch menu. It's fine, too, but it limits your selection of some of the sandwiches and salads and adds the usual brunch suspects.
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