This cozy spot, with a pressed-tin ceiling and loads of wood, is known for its brasserie-style food. The flounder served on a bed of spinach in a tureen is sublime. The menu also includes chicken, lamb, and veal dishes; casual fare, like sandwiches and burgers; and a raw bar. French names dominate the wine list. Surprisingly fair prices and friendly service add to Almond's appeal.
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