|I'm almost tempted to call this restaurant part of a larger chain that also owns Gar�on, Chouchou, Plouf, Caf� Bastille, and B44. But each is different enough. There's a couple of small caf� tables for show out front, but here it's all about what's inside. The entrance is dominated by large red doors of this former firehouse. Inside there's low light and a romantic, even swanky, atmosphere. At your left when you walk in is the bar, which is home to their two-group Conti (this restaurant conglomerate deals almost exclusively with Moschetti). With it, they produce espresso with a thinner layer of an otherwise healthy-looking medium brown crema. With a flavor of some pepper and clove, served in a Steelite cup with an asymmetric saucer.