|This French restaurant is a bit out of the past. Some complain it feels like a retirement home. My take is that it feels like what defined French dining in 1950s America. In that sense, it's a living restaurant museum - sort of like 1950s French food at 1980s prices. (And given the owners/management, perhaps the best French food this side of Ljubljana.) There's a number of dining areas inside, including one at the front with more sun exposure. They use an old two-group Pasquini Mondiale at the bar: 1980s machine, 1980s espresso. They served espresso spilling over the top rim in the cup, with barely any sign of a crema. It is hardly distinguishable from drip coffee.