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Located north of Park Hill in a neighborhood where there aren’t many other restaurants, the Plimoth feels a little off the beaten path, and since the interior is cozy and dimly lit, that has the effect of making it feel a little romantic, too. The menu (which changes frequently depending on what’s available) is a French/Italian hybrid that makes great use of adventurous vegetables in dishes like a cracklin’ chicken with red corn polenta, apple, mushroom, rutabaga, celeriac, and butternut squash; a pork loin with clams, broccolini, and yellow-eye beans; and pavlova made with preserved Colorado cherries.

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