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Dinner in St Remy de Provence?

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After much research and help from fellow Fodorites, I have made reservations at Hotel de L'Image for two nights in mid-July. It is our first visit to Provence, and although brief, we just wanted to get a taste of it while in France with other plans. We always have a terrible time deciding where to dine and I am trying to avoid that stress for my husband. Although I am always happy to stroll around looking at menus, this is stressful for him. So I booked dinner at the hotel restaurant for the first night and we need to find a place for the second night, which is a Saturday. We are not 4-star folks and I hope for something local, simple and delicious with a casual atmosphere. Looking around on TripAdvisor, L'Estagnol looks nice, as does La Cantina (although we love Italian food I wonder if this should be our choice in Provence). Thoughts??? Also, what is an appropriate dinner time? Is 7:00 too early?

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