We came to Drina Daisy after playing a concert at the Liberty Theater down the street. We had been told that it was a great place with great food, and we were not disappointed. Our server was chatty, to say the least, but in a good way. He told us of his visits to Bosnia and the food and sights he experienced there, and was very knowledgeable about the food and drink on the menu. The lamb is not to be missed - truly some of the best lamb we've ever had, and not like the traditional "leg of lamb" treatment. A variety of cuts are placed on the platter. The chef was in a good mood that night, and we were given a massive portion of everything that we ordered, all accompanied by large salads and bowls of fruit. As we left the restaurant, the chef - who loves musicians - ran out and presented us with a bottle of pomegranate wine in a violin-shaped bottle for free! So nice, we will return as often as we can.
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