This storefront bistro is in the historic Oakwood neighborhood. The somber, gray-on-black décor is enlivened by boisterous patrons who flock here to enjoy a frequently changing menu of inventive comfort food. Chicken confit has become a perennial favorite, as has the yellowtail crudo appetizer, but each visit will bring new flavors and favorites. Hearty portions ensure your appetite will be satisfied, but do your best to save room for one of the house-made desserts. French labels figure heavily on the curated wine list. As an alternative to alcohol, inquire about the fruit-infused drinking vinegars, which have a tart taste.
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