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Chef Sergio "Serge" Romero.
The bar is the best place to sit if you really want to re-create the casual atmosphere of a bistro, where you can concentrate on your meal rather than your surroundings. The bar -- an old, massive, L-shaped piece -- serves as Le Grand's centerpiece, anchoring and lending energy to the rest of the room, but insulating diners from distraction, too. When you're sitting at the bar, it's as if the rest of the space doesn't exist. A good bottle of wine and the anticipation of good food arriving soon is all you need to get lost in the moment.
Continue reading Laura Shunk's Le Grand Bistro restaurant review.
Photos by Mark Manger.