A really great dining experience. This is supposedly the "informal" of the two restaurants, but as far as I can tell, the only thing informal about it is what its patrons are wearing -- we went in very dress-down clothes and sneakers. Otherwise, it's a classy (but not at all stuffy) place, with excellent food and excellent service.
I recommend going for the 10-course tasting menu with the upgraded wine pairing. One thing that was helpful is that for several of the smaller complementary courses, they are served together, so it is a 10-course meal in an 8-serving presentation. I found this to be innovative, and didn't detract from the experience, but instead made it a little more manageable time-wise. Wine pairings were slightly unusual, well-thought-out, and very well matched to the dishes.
We didn't need reservations, but partly because we arrived just as it opened. My understanding is that you'll need reservations otherwise. Make them!
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