Although the outside is nondescript, the inside of Griffin Market is warm and inviting. The place is small but not crowded and the small menu which changes daily has an interesting selection. Our server (a charming Peruvian man) was excellent and helped us make appropriate choices. My wife enjoyed her meal of prosciutto and mozzarella, swordfish, and pannacotta. I had an excellent meal of vitello tonnato, seared duck breast on lentils, and a plate of selected cheeses. My only quibble was a series of rules on the menu about bread service and several other "dos and don'ts." As a seasoned traveler, including several trips to Italy, I found it a bit insulting to be "lectured" about hot to enjoy Italian cuisine. I guess this was meant for the American tourists who want a big basket of bread on the table.
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