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Has anyone been to Brasserie Jo?

Tom Jan 2, 2001 04:28 PM

I was interested in trying this place, but have heard little about it.

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    Chingers Feb 20, 2001 03:50 PM

    Good French food at resonable prices. Brunch/lunch are good, same for dinner. One of the few places you can get Steak Tartare, which is very good(ask for extra spicy). Also recommend the skate, steak frites, chicken ravioli (is it French?) and profiteroles.

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      Brady Mickelsen Jan 5, 2001 02:20 PM

      Been there for breakfast/brunch and it was excellent. The chocolate stuffed french toast is amazingly decadent. Can't vouch for lunch or dinner.

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        Larry Rand Jan 4, 2001 03:46 PM

        I've been twice, both times very disappointing. Mediocre food, somewhat overpriced. As Amanda suggested, Aquatine is a much better alternative. Also try Chez Henri (for a cuban twist on the French Bistro). Larry

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          Joel Jan 12, 2001 06:58 AM

          I've had better luck there and really enjoy the food. I recommend the steak frites and the profriteroles.

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