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Palace Kitchen

Palace Kitchen Review

The star of this chic yet convivial Tom Douglas eatery may be the 45-foot bar, but the real show takes place in the giant open kitchen at the back. Wood-grilled chicken wings, olive poppers, Penn Cove mussels, roast-pork ravioli, and a nightly selection of cheeses vie for your attention on the ever-changing menu of small plates. The half-pound Palace Burger is one of the city's best, and there are always a few entrées, mouthwatering desserts, and a rotisserie special from the apple-wood grill. "Late night breakfast" is available in the wee hours—you can ask for it even if it's not on the menu.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 01-24-2013

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