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Cashion's Eat Place

Cashion's Eat Place Review

Walls are hung with family photos, and tables are jammed with regulars feasting on up-to-date, home-style cooking. Founder and capital cuisine superstar Ann Cashion sold the spot to her longtime sous chef, but the Eat Place has remained a neighborhood favorite. The menu changes daily, but roast chicken, steak, and seafood are frequent choices. Side dishes, such as garlicky mashed potatoes, sometimes upstage the main course. If it's available, order the chocolate panna cotta topped with espresso gel and shortbread. If you're dining with a local, make sure to ask for the 10% "neighborhood discount."

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Closed Mon. No lunch, brunch only Sun.
Updated: 06-05-2013

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