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SandyCat Mar 8, 2011 11:36 AM

Hey All,

Just saw that Eatbar is putting Red Apron charcuterie on their charcuterie list. I like Red Apron... is the rest of the food/wine there any good?

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    rappel75 Mar 9, 2011 07:13 AM

    Good atmosphere with decent, but not great, food. Great for a bite with a glass of wine/beer, but definitely not a "foodie" experience.

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      SoxFan1 Mar 9, 2011 06:57 PM

      Maybe all of you know this, and that it would thus go without saying, but Red Apron and EatBar both operate under the umbrella of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group.

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        SandyCat Mar 10, 2011 06:26 AM

        I actually did not look that far into it, but good to know.

    2. ktmoomau Mar 9, 2011 06:46 AM

      They have a really nice wine list. And you can get different size pours as I remember. I agree that the food is a little inconsistent. I love their burger. But since I had to start to eat mostly gluten free I don't go as frequently as I used to. I had some mussels there last time and those were ok, but not as good as brasserie beck mussels. I like their boardwalk fries.

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        Steve Mar 8, 2011 04:07 PM

        Hit and miss on one visit. An outstanding fricassee of mushrooms, but another couple of items were disappointing.

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          mjhals Mar 8, 2011 03:19 PM

          FWIW, there's something about their sliders that I LOVE, onion marmalade maybe? I've always been pleased by the food selection + innovative drinks. Thumbs up from me.

          1. bitsubeats Mar 8, 2011 01:48 PM

            Ive had snacks/small plates there a few times and all I have to say is "meh". Not bad, not great, nothing special. I do like having a few drinks though and migrating elsewhere for better food.

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