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by Alias Girl
New York, New York
August 25, 2004
We were seated in the Pool Room, it has a very classic and prestigious feel. You can see the 'pool structure' located in the middle of the floor plan surrounded by square tables and half moon booths. It is definitely a quiet location where business is discussed over FOIE GRAS and CARPACCIO. We were celebrating my birthday and it was a lovely lunch. I don't remember what I had, but I'm sure you won't have any trouble finding something on the menu to order!
VIP: Jackets ARE Required!
Dessert was a platter of miniature pastries and souffles. Very delicious!!
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Charlotte, North Carolina
September 21, 2000
As for the food it was both interesting and delightful at the same time. I have either had or tasted the Corn Risotto, the Maryland Crab Cakes, the Chipotle Tuna and all of these entrees were great. I've had too many entrees to name, but I really liked the ravioli variations. Make sure you save room for dessert; the creme brulee is perfect. I have also had the cotton candy -- a dessert that was unexpected -- which was fun and surprisingly tasty. Finally, I love great dessert wine and port and recommend you place yourself in the hands of your waiter for the best recommendation for your tastes.
One final note: I did make the mistake of showing up without a jacket and the maitre'd was kind enough to lend me one.
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