Small restaurant with a chef's "table" that's actually a bar overlooking the food prep area. Fun to sit there although it can get a bit warm.The potato leek soup topped with lump crab is delicious, and the Sage Room Benedict is one of the best beef dishes I've ever tried - filet mignon topped with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce served with mashed potatoes and string beans. Get it butterflied because it is enough for two meals. A good wine list too. Other menu items have also been consistently good. A bit pricey, so this is usually a special occasion spot.
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