Tiny place, noisy, tight table placement, friendly staff, solid bistro fare. Everything a good bistro should have. Very much like its sister establishment just a few blocks away. If you cannot get a table at one try the other. They both should provide a pleasant dinning experience. Go across the street for an after dinner drink. It is a great neighborhood pub.
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