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Posted by Elizabeth Bayston on 03/28/2010
Small, quaint spot in the heart of Lincoln park. This neighborhood bistro hopes to attract local families and friends wanting a night Out. Food pretty standard bistro fare. Service friendly and expeditious. Wine list small but well rounded and affordable. Appetizers and desserts were the highlight of our dining experience. Ambiance a tad on the noisy front but amicable given the size and location. Hope it decides to stick around.
Posted by Walter Ego on 02/28/2010
A dead stretch of residential Lincoln Ave. (at Dickens) finally gets a nice neighborhood bistro that gets it right. Have a quiet dinner at 5pm when the prix fixe menu starts: all the bistro standbys are there; frisee salad, seared salmon, apple crisp, etc., and nicely done, too. By 6:30, the joint is jumping even on a Sunday. Room is nicely appointed if expected; what makes it unique is the offset angle of the corner building, adding to the neighborhood feel. Waitstaff and front of house mgmt seem in control of things. Nice wine list. Will come again to order off the full menu, which looked promising. Note to Lincoln Park residents: it is your duty to patronize this place and keep it open, m'kay? Lincoln Park needs to lose it's rep as a dining backwater that subsists on bar food and Bacino's pizza.