We had to give this recently-opened place a try, and after having had our first taste (charcuterie assortment - just as you would get in France), and talking with one of the owners, we decided to come back several evenings later, on a jazz night (featuring Jerome, awesome guitar), and were completely blown away by the ambiance and the burgers (salmon and Angus beef). Informal yet classy, lively but not raucous, quality without being ostentatious. It is the kind of place where you feel comfortable striking up a conversation with your neighbor between sets and when it rains you have no problem making room for those who have to re-locate to the roofed bar area. And don't forget to talk to the owners - great guys! The petanque pit is also awaiting you and is well-lit for evening competition. The only possible downside is that this is a rather small place, and, if it gets too popular, they will really have to find a larger indoor and outdoor space. So, in the meantime, get there and enjoy the intimacy before it starts splitting at the seams! Parking is available within easy walking distance.
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