With Trois Mec, Petit Trois, and the entire Mozza empire, the intersection of Melrose and Highland has no shortage of great upscale restaurants. And now it has another. The sprawling, minimalist space at Auburn looks like a Scandavian furniture store for people who don’t look at price tags. As far as the menu goes, it’s a build-your-own prix fixe situation, ranging from $75-$150 per person depending on how many courses (four, six, or nine) you end up choosing. Given how big the portions are, our recommendation would be to go for the six-course option, and stick to most of the main courses (duck, ribeye, scallop) as those are the heftiest and tastiest dishes anyway.
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