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At Cafe Tallulah, there's a cheese plate on the dessert menu. If that's not proof enough of a French cafe, executive chef Pat Murrell's other creations should be. She and her team fill the the cafe's long, brasserie-style zinc bar with plates of wine-simmered beef bourguignon, coq au vin, and steamed mussels (or, as the French call them,"moules") in three styles.
Of course, these French delicacies pair nicely with the Frenchest delicacy of them all: a red or white bottle of wine. Patrons can also sip cocktails, which are designed by the owner of renowned cocktail spot Employees Only. Fittingly, "The Tallulah" cocktail is shot through with a French import, Cointreau.