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Bauer is really digging on the authenticity of Aquitaine: "The place could feel like a Disney set or someone trying too hard, but it doesn't. It feels real. It's almost as if you clicked your heels three times and wound up in France." A cassoulet "worth driving hundreds of miles for," duck and polenta he deems "exceptional," and a "captivating" wine list are highlights. "I was surprised that on four visits, the restaurant was never full. It's the type of place that should be a magnet for the Financial District, given its location, prices and quality of the food and wine." 2.5 stars. [Chron]

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