Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar
Marmalade only does tasting menus, so make a reservation with a group that’s down to linger and work through five or 14 plates (the latter is reserved for groups of six or more). This place is fancy: there’s lots of velvet, lowlights in reddish tones, wall dividers with funky shapes, and an interesting communal table in front of the bar where you can sit and have a few drinks. The menu changes seasonally, but the cilantro and garlic grilled shrimp, white bean soup, seared pork belly glazed with smoked honey, and lamb tagine are constant favorites.
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