Occupying the ground floor of a brownstone on a leafy residential block, this neighborhood find is serious about its seasonal food and dedicated service. Pressed-tin ceilings, an antique bar, and leather banquettes grace the softly lighted dining room, while the food reflects old-world European techniques, with fresh herbs picked from the restaurant's adjacent garden. Menu highlights include the pork chop and consistently good fish options. Brunch is served on the weekends.
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