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It's fresh, local, and it's Northwest. The cuisine brings together the best ingredients and elements of northwest style and pairs it with French influences and techniques to produce foods that you love. The atmosphere is comfortable and informal enough to enjoy a quick bite out or a leisurely dinner. It's the Margaux, a little known secret that is sure to become a favorite the first time you pass through the doors.
$31 - $50
Dinner, Lunch, Late Night
Reservations, Seating, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service
We found this place just by walking by and decided to give it a try. We were a party of 11 and our servers took really good care of us. They were very quick and extremely friendly. My wife had the prawns fish and chips...More
Staying at the Warwick Hotel included a coupon to dine at the Margaux, so I went there for lunch one of the days I was there. The food was very good, reasonably priced and the staff was excellent, both friendly and efficient.
Out of 9 poached eggs, over 3 different menu items the cook was able to get one right! In addition, we overheard him berating the waitress for giving us the wrong description of a medium poach. Actually, after much research she (and we) were right...More
This restaurant was convinient as it was next to the hotel.
I went for breakfast and eat french toast and orange juice. The toasts were delicious.
Then another day I went for dinner and ordered Salmon, it was well cooked but I though it was...More
Dinner was very good!
Pretty reasonably priced
Good menu selections
And most importantly, very tasty food! Fresh, hot, well seasoned and good portions!
Starter bread offered
Ordered $35 prix fixe dinner. I had
Salad, salmon, apple tart with cinnamon ice cream...More
This bar was in the bottom of our hotel, so grabbed a quick beer here on our way somewhere / on our way back perhaps (I forget). Loud sports on the telly so couldn't really have much of a conversation, but cheery waitress.
We got 2 free drinks for staying at the hotel. That and a bowl of soup for each of us hit the spot our first night. My husband really liked the clam chowder, and I thought the French onion was the best I've had anywhere...More