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January 2, 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
October 6, 2004
The Left Bank, name inspired from The Left Bank of Paris, France, features contemporary American cuisine that is French-inspired. Diners are seated in an intimate, 60-seat dining room.
Diners choose from a three- or five-course menu. The menus are, of course, subject to change, depending on the season and availablity of growers and markets. There is also an extensive wine list to pick from - or you can have your server pair wine with each course. Highly recommended.
The food was excellent and service was extraordinary. The perfect dining splurge.
From journal Outer Banks in the Spring