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A romantic little restaurant with excellent appetizers, ambience and location.
Bourbon caramel popcorn with bacon salt. Do it.
The oysters are expensive, so get drunk enough to order them and jut regret the bill come morning.
Those who have been lucky enough to discover this neighborhood bar inevitably walk out fantasizing that it was their neighborhood bar.
They know their wine menu exceptionally well. Just tell them what kind of taste you're after, and they'll do the rest.
Cathy Whims, chef of Nostrana, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Agnolotti of foie gras.
The best place to eat and drink at Bar Avignon is perched at the bar, where you'll get a ringside view of the kitchen.
Agnolotti foie gras...OMG
Please please please let me get the crispy pork. This time.
Try the awesome Amaro flight.
Phenomenal foie gras agnolotti with pears. The liquified foie bursts in your mouth. Just amazing...
Best roast chicken in town? I think so.
great mussels, good service. can get full quickly, especially outdoors in nice weather.
A prost: to witchcraft.
This is what every cliched European wine bar strives to be, complete with sprawling wine list, locally inspired (and constantly rotating) menu, and killer mussels. [Eater 38 Member]
Try the Pear Brandy Sidecar.
Oysters $1ea. 4-6. M-F
Try the Bar Avignon Lemon Drop. There's a reason it's their signature drink. The touch of lavender-infused honey rounds out the edges for the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Just. try. it. Really.