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When chef turned lawyer Adam Cohn and his architect-partner Adam Kushner bought Le Tableau in July 2007, the intention was to stay true to the bistro’s French origins. But gradually, as they added the foods they liked to eat (chef de cuisine Josh Shuffman’s brisket with kasha varnishkes, for instance, and Jonathan Waxman’s crêpes and caviar, a dish Cohn picked up cooking at Washington Park), they succumbed to their eclectic food instincts, influenced by Cohn’s stints at Barbuto and London’s River Café. The space has evolved, too, with a 45-foot-long communal table that connects the dining room to the open kitchen, and the new name pays tribute to both partners’ fathers.
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