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Rosalie

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Rosalie Review

The dining room may be trendy, but the menu here is classic Italian. With a chef straight from Italy, you know pasta dishes such as Cacio e Pepe (cheese and black pepper) are going to be delicious, though ordering one of the rustic pizzas baked in the wood-burning oven is also a wise choice. Fresh ingredients and perfect tomato sauce make all the difference at this restaurant. The large terrace out front draws crowds on late summer afternoons. Thirtysomething professionals pour in after work and often stay for an early supper before heading out on the town.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch weekends.
Updated: 08-11-2013

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    Not worth your time

    Very disappointed with this restaurant. This is a restaurant for people who just want to seen, not for those hoping to enjoy fine french cuisine. You'll a lot of chic people with popped collars who look like they just emptied half a bottle of hair gel on their head, which is fine. However, it was very overpriced for what it offers. The atmosphere is...trendy, but the food is not very good and the portions are ridiculously small. I'm past that point in my life where I think it's cool to spend a lot of money on tiny, pretty portions. I ordered a salmon dish. My initial reaction when it was placed in front of me was to laugh. The same was true with the cheese and fruit platter and the beef tartar. Although my friend thought the tartar tasted good. The only thing I enjoyed was the salad.

    by mav31rick, 11/23/08

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