My Birthday Dinner- narrow the choices
Me and my man are going to celebrate my birthday with some fine fine food. But I need help- which one?! I adore good food but I am no expert so don't want to be overcharged if I can't appreciate it- and I'm NOT a fan of the molecular gastronomy. Nothing to snobby. I've narrowed it down to:
But if you think there's an option we should go to instead, just holla! Thanks!
All of those get very high marks on the board, it depends what kind of atmosphere and food you are looking for, I would suggest doing individual searches to research. Also, Salts in Cambridge and No. 9 Park are also excellent.
"Don't want to be overcharged" and "nothing too snobby," huh?
In that case, although I love Clio a lot (not snobby, but very pricey), I'd choose Troquet or Pigalle from your list.
Agree with Itownhound though; I prefer Salts to either place.
No. 9 Park is too hit-or-miss lately for my tastes.
L'espalier. Very friendly. Always professional service. A bent towards local products. (As a local product supplier to them I can say they a good to us farmers.) Organized staff. Not too bigger than life feeling, but very special.
L'Espalier hands down. For something on the hipper side, consider Sorellina. The food and service are excellent - can get a bit noisy though - depends where you are sitting & the night.