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Marché Bacchus

Marché Bacchus Review

The list of wines at this French bistro-cum-wineshop tucked into a shopping center in a quiet northwest neighborhood is nearly 1,000 deep, and free tastings are held on Saturday afternoon from 11:30 until 1:30. You can buy a bottle at retail prices in the store and then drink it while dining ($10 corkage fee) in the lakeside dining room or on the patio out back. When you're ready to eat, tuck into country French favorites such as classic mussels marinière and roasted heirloom beets with goat cheese mousse and toasted pistachios. Main dishes might include a perfectly prepared, crispy maple-leaf duck breast with orange-braised fennel, port-candied pearl onion–fennel cream and black-pepper duck jus. Hear live music most Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.

Updated: 05-14-2013

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