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A genial husband-and-wife team owns this quiet, country-style bistro with dark-wood walls and private booths (no windows; it's located in a nondescript office building). The traditional French cuisine might not impress visitors from France, but the average guest can enjoy classics such as escargots, beef with a cabernet sauvignon sauce, rack of lamb with roasted garlic and rosemary, and the less traditional venison with a pomegranate glaze. Call well in advance for reservations. Reservations essential. Credit cards accepted. Closed Sun. and Mon. No lunch.