ah, were there only a place as hip and sophisticated where I live, in France near Geneva!
Lots of small plates to choose from, each in a category of matching wines to help you choose.
Lobster BLT novel and tasty, not easy to eat, no biggie...
lovely glass of Dragomette Sauvignon Blanc from CA. half glasses available and many wines by the glass on tap.
Elk tenderloin perfectly cooked for 14 bucks paired with a glass of Joshua Tree and a Duckhorn Cabernet. Sides were nice too esp the exotic mushrooms fairly priced at 5 bucks... cheese plate for 10 dollars included a super truffle cheese, a Humboldt Fog and an old cheddar. This is a bargain..
It is a bit of a dark room well appointed with white linens> the service was friendly even though one order was forgotten.Jessica the waitress responded with "you got it" to every request...
Cannot wait to go back..Wish I lived in Southern CA...
there is a famous wine store downstairs by the way..
total bill for three with several glasses of wine and 2 desserts: 174 with tax
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