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Restaurant Progress

Coming to Restaurant Progress is like upgrading to an exit row seat - sure, it costs extra but you’ll be happy you spent the money. This place feels casual and unpretentious, but serves the kind of food you’d expect to find somewhere more upscale - with staples like foie gras with lentils, dates, and brown butter walnuts and an octopus dish with melted tomato and garlic confit. If you’re tired of having to make daily life choices on what to wear, eat, watch, and do - then let the chef decide your meal for you here with the $75 five-course set menu.

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