A little down 4th Street from most of the action is Restauration, a small restaurant with a fairly terrible name. Walk through to the back and you’ll find a huge covered patio that’s sunny for brunch, and candlelit for dinner. They serve upscale bistro food, like carrots with burrata and sea bass caught by the server’s friend.
Restauration is permanently closed.
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