We ate at Pour for my birthday. While it's not a "romantic" location in that tables are close together and you can hear others talking, it's a great spot for a date or happy hour. We chose the prix fixe menu, which ended up saving us around $5 or so. We chose two wonderful cheeses and two fabulous meats for our charcuterie - served on a trendy wood slab with warm bread and homemade mustard. We also had an order of duck fat fries, which come with a delicious dipping sauce. I enjoyed a port, while my husband had white wine, both $8 a glass (which is pretty reasonable these days!). Wine is also available by the bottle. While we were overwhelmed by how good the first course was, we weren't as thrilled with our entrees, although part of that was probably our ordering choice and personal preference, rather than anything lacking in the kitchen. We finished off with dessert - monkeyfood and an assortment of ice creams. The monkeyfood was good, the ice cream was to die for (our assortment included blackberry, mint, and duck fat). At the end of the night, our bill was $88.
Pros - price, prices on website menu included, charcuterie and dessert courses, great reasonably priced alcohol selection.
Cons - entree selection is a bit small, not intimate if that's what you're looking for.
Can't wait to visit again!
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