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An homage to the end of Prohibition, Roosevelt's at 7 pays it forward with a menu boasting American plates, 45 microbrews, and a slew imports on tap, as well as hard to find bottles of beer from countries near, far, and imaginary. The aura of 1930's personalities grace Roosevelt's at 7 with inspired dishes such as the Coolidge’s Cuban sandwich ($10) with spiced pork and Swiss cheesy goodness, Capone’s Spanish Pizza, with pesto, Spanish prosciutto, soppressata, cappocolo, Spanish chorizo, peppadews, pepper jack cheese, and years of delicious back taxes ($12). Or, try Frank Sinatra’s Spring Fettuccini with homemade alfredo sauce, spinach, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, fresh basil and lemon zest ($8). Pair any of Roosevelt's paninis, salads, appetizers or entrees with Belgium's Delirium Tremens or the All American Fat Tire ale, or try a sweet cider for contrast.

821 N Main St

Everything about Fromage Bistro beckons an extra moment to take in its beauty, from the white leather couches and glittering chandeliers to each perfectly plated European-style entree. The sophisticated menu stars fondue, crepes, and steaks balanced with a wine list that spans the continents. Not only are elevated cheese fondues represented, as in the Gouda-Emmenthaler blend, but oil-based hot pots are a staple here as well, which diners use to cook seafood and beef themselves at the table. Lunch and dinner have their distinct callings, with popular Paris-reminiscent sandwiches by day and seared ahi and duck in the evenings. The bistro takes on a more lounge-centric feel with black-and-white silent-movies at 7 p.m., Monday ? Saturday, just like it's done weekly at the Moulin Rouge.

400 West Nolana Avenue
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