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Coquine could easily survive on its looks alone. There’s a red marble bar, a blue wall that looks like the ocean, and copper hanging lamps - all of which we’d circle in an interior design magazine. But this French-American restaurant in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood also serves great food. Come for brunch, the nightly tasting menu, pasta Mondays, or just to pick up the famous chocolate chip cookies that can be ordered online by the dozen. You should also know that Coquine serves oysters and caviar all day.

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