Prune or Allegretti
I know that they are very different, but can someone who has been to both explain the differences to me pl. I need to make a choice bet. them for a dinner on Sat. night. I have reservations at both.
We have not been to Prune for one reason. The seating is sardine tight, and even if the food is as good as many people think it is, that kind of discomfort totally turns me off!
We are huge fans of Allegretti. Chef Alain Allegretti's Provençal-style French cuisine is superb, service is first-rate, the decor is lovely, and tables are comfortably spaced. Obviously, I highly recommend it.
Photos of a couple of our meals at Allegretti can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391...
and here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391...