Yes, it can be daunting to wade through the hundreds of beers to choose from but the servers are good at making suggestions. Their Belgian fries are very good. I wish they would serve them with a tastier dipping aioli. The two sauces the fries came with were bland. We also had the beet salad with goat cheese which was good but had a little too much salad dressing for me. We shared the Dijon mussels, again very good. They give you one (one?) piece of bread to soak up the delicious sauce. However, the bread was a “soft” French store bought baguette. A crusty loaf of Italian bread from the Italian market a few blocks away would have taken the dish up ten notches. Overall, this isn’t a bad little restaurant. The music was too loud and the bathroom was one of the most disgusting I have encountered in a long time.
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