If you have an important client in town and you’re swiping the corporate card tonight, this is a good spot to remember. The small dining room is objectively beautiful and the waitstaff is certainly excited for you to be there, but duck terrine and the lamb chops aren't quite good enough to validate the very steep price tag.
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