We went to Bouche for dinner on a Monday evening.
Our waiter was appropriately attentive and friendly. Can't ask for much more than that.
We had a lamb dish and a pork chop - both were very tasty. Not the best either of us had ever had at similarly-priced French restaurants elsewhere, but both dishes were excellent.
Dinner for two with wine, tax, and tip came to $116. You don't come here for a budget meal, and we thought this was in line with our expectations (not too high, not too low).
The restaurant is nondescript from the street and very cozy inside. There are only a few tables downstairs and a small "loft"-like area with some more tables. It can't seat more than two dozen people at a time from the looks of it. It was a nice temperature inside and, because of the limited number of people inside, doesn't get too loud. Lighting is at a good level.
While I gave "Atmosphere" a 4/5, the restaurant's physical size means you are pretty close to the other patrons. We could hear almost every word the people sitting next to us were saying.
Special Occasions: 4/5
If your party is small we thought this would be a great place to have a nice dinner with wine.
Overall we really enjoyed Bouche. The apple cider was particularly tasty.
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