A feast for your eyes as well as your stomach
By nothungrynow on 6/24/2013
What a fabulous space. The high ceiling with its wood bed sculpture soars above the room. In the more formal part of the dining room a series of photos shot in brasseries all over the world display waitress who captivate. You really want to look around at all the art. I love brunch and dinner there. You can start with chilled east coast and west coast oysters and finish your meal with comforting rice pudding. The bread is off the charts delicious and the urge to taste each breakfast offering can add pounds around your middle. But well worth it.!
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