George's has a really well done beautiful interior. Brick walls, a huge bar with an open kitchen, tables along the side and a large community table in the middle. There is also a loft. We were mostly alone in the restaurant when we arrived at 7:30, though it was crowded by the time we left just after 10. Our first courses were quite good, especially the octopus. The salads were good but expensive for what they were. Mains were less successful. The sauce on the mussels was excellent, but the muscles seemed a bit underdone. The short rib Bourgogne looked amazing but did not have a big taste, and the Bronzino was oily. The side dish of ratatouille that it came with was swimming in oil, and left uneaten. George's has a lively atmosphere with loud banging music that was irritating after a while, perhaps due to the birthday party going on in the loft. To us the food was not worth the very expensive price tag (almost $300 for 4).
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