The charm doesn’t end with the pressed tin tiled walls and old-world lighting at this cozy, out-of-the-way corner spot. The primarily French-inflected menu—which is marked up on a chalkboard—is full of surprises even though it all sounds familiar, offering inventive takes on classics like oysters, Welsh rarebit, and an incredible BLT.
6896 Saint-Dominique, Little Italy
The snug backyard and sidewalk terrace here are just as much of a draw as the thoughtfully edited food offering. Oddly, the menu at this Little Italy spot isn’t at all Italian—it kind of defies regional classification, actually, focusing more on quality and taste. The weekend brunch is considered to be the best in town.
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