This restaurant came recommended by a friend who has long lived in Washington DC and it was well worth it. We had a wonderful lunch in this popular restaurant - we grabbed the last available table for two. The great wine list and unusual and creative cocktail options were a promise of good things to come. We had large delicious fried oyster Caesar salad to start to share between the two of us with freshly baked bread and light Amish butter (the only thing on the menu not made on the premises). Then onto mains of which I chose the sandwich of the day consisting of pulled tender lamb shank baked in a balsamic vinegar reduction, mixed with pickled cabbage, feta and sultanas. A most delightful combination. My wife had the beautiful mussels with 'frites.' Excellent service and a wonderful warm vibe. Highly recommended.
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