My daughter and I needed an early dinner on Sunday afternoon before a show. When we entered the restaurant at 4:30 without reservations we were warmly greeted and given our pick of tables. There was a table of two couples and a few men at the bar, all speaking French and having an animated time. With the cozy size, old French posters and photos and vintage decor, it felt like we stepped into a Parisian bistro. The prize fix dinner was reasonable and satisfying. I had delicious mussels, tender in a garlicky, herbal wine sauce, yum! The lobster soup wasn't a hit, not the lobster bisque we expected but a thin tomatoey lobster stock that wasn't our favorite. The entrees, coq au vin and beef bourguignon were tender and flavorful. For dessert the chocolate mousse and creme caramel were very good. The only downside was the bread was standard issue and bland and we never got the crudités other diners received with their bread baskets.
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