Long time Basque restaurant. There is a regular dining room and for a great lunchtime (also for dinner)experience call a reserve a place or places at the boarder's table. Two long tables for lunch and a large room with long tables for dinner. The dinner 'bell' rings at noon and everyone files in with no spaces between people. There are different menus for Tues.,Wed.,Thurs. and Fri. I was there with clients on a Wed.. Then they bring in the food in large plates and bowls for the folks to serve themselves from. First a great salad, then the soup of the day, then a very tasty dish of homemade basque sausage with red beans and finally fried chicken. Local wine and small glasses are placed along the table. Call to ask what the menu is for the day for the boarders table.
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