Always a charmer, this shoebox-sized pioneer of the BYOB movement from Ian Moroney and Hillary Bor near the old Graduate Hospital has made tremendous strides since my last visit – and earned its third bell.
The dining room was recently renovated with colorful salvaged-wood planks, and seats were removed for more space. The addition of Christopher Kearse as chef de cuisine, however, has really helped lift this kitchen to the next level with creativity, artful plating and modern techniques that enhance great ingredients without overwhelming.
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