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excellent restaurant bar, bouffe top et service exemplaire.

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New Kid on The Block

Tonight we were invited to attend the opening/media launch of Le Bureau Bar Tapas. The 19th-century, ex-antique shop was redone with an eye for detail and an emphasis on recycling. Featured are several decor objects from that period, such as old desk lamps and brass fire extinguishers. The evening started out quietly for the media launch at 5PM but by 7PM, it got very busy as endless groups of yuppies kept flowing in for drinks at the bar or tapas and wine at the tables. The menu consists of a list of affordable, (mostly) Mediterranean-influenced tapas priced between $4 and $6. This allows diners to sample and share several dishes without having to worry about their wallet. For drinks, you have the choice of an imported wine or one of twelve beers on tap.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
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