A hidden neighborhood gem, eating at David Burke's Fromagerie is like eating in your own home, just with exceptional food and service. The atmosphere is business casual with a moderate noise level. Not too stuffy, but not too casual. The prices are on the expensive side and the portions are easy able to be finished without leftovers, but the food is well worth it. You dine in a living room/dining room, and on the other side of the house (separated by a wall) is a bar. There was live music on the Saturday night we went in the bar area which you could hear in the dining area. The staff was helpful and perfectly polished. Definitely make reservations. I recommend and will go again.
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