Historic. Once a local speakeasy in the late 1800's and later named after F. Scott Fitzgerald’s wife for her inspiration in the roaring 1920's culture. This historic spot features a lively bar and an intimate dining room to feast on creative French-American dishes made from fresh regional ingredients. Popular menu choices include the chicken fried lobster, escargot, and the crispy duck leg confit with wild mushrooms, beets and a truffle-chive vinaigrette. The mid-week prix fix menu is a great value since it includes a choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert.
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