I did not appreciate how authentic this spot is until my trip to Paris! This is such a nice little "vacation" in the middle of Raleigh. The atmosphere and the food are very authentic and it is lovely for an escape in the middle of the week! While there is no outdoor seating "per se" the windows are opened across two sides of the restaurant quite often to give you a "big city" al fresco dining experience. Lovely wine glasses (silly, perhaps, but I loved them) and nice cold white wines. A definite asset to the Raleigh dining scene.
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