We went for Restaurant Week, which can be a great time to try a place, or a bad time, depending on the staff. This was an amazing meal, four courses for $45, with reasonably priced wine pairings for each course. Because I have celiac disease, I'm very careful about where I eat and what I order. It turned out that most of the dishes on the menu were gluten-free with only slight modifications, like no toast or bread. I started with foie gras mousse, which was plated with marmalade, fruits and vegetables. Without the toast, it was gluten free. My husband had buffalo tartare, which was also gluten free without the toast. The second course was a salad and "soup of the moment", a delicious tomato lobster bisque. The salad was lovely and light, and included berries along with chopped vegetables and greens. For mains we both had Canadian Wapiti (elk) loin, which was plated with heirloom white polenta, pickled cherries, lightly dressed baby spinach, and asparagus. The loin was cooked a perfect medium rare. Dessert was cheesecake with no crust and a lovely cherry sauce. The place is tiny but very lovely, bright and airy. The noise level, even with almost every table occupied, was very tolerable. We're already planning our next visit!
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