Open Table said nothing was available here for that eve, but we called and the restaurant cheerfully gave us a 20-minute window when they would sit us at our desired time. It's small, quiet, and seats maybe 20-30 max. The owner greeted us when we arrived and sat us at a perfect table with a window to the sloping sidewalk scene outside. Very generous sized pork shoulder ($18) not as tender as we hoped but tasty (with enough left over to take home) and the brussel sprouts just seemed plain. Arctic char ($17) and Papardelle pasta ($16) very good. Wine selection small but varies nicely, and the per-glass cost ($8-17) is for a big 8-oz. pour. A nice, off the tourist track neighborhood restaurant.
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