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This French wine bar and bistro is a Theater District hot spot, popular with young professionals with a taste for fine vintages. A black-and-white checkered floor, full bar and numerous wine racks give this establishment a Parisian feel. Begin your meal with a drink from the lengthy wine list. You can buy by the bottle, the glass or even have a sample. Then try the charcuterie, Duck Confit or Foie Gras. Save room for truffles and the cheese plate. Nightly jazz and a Tuesday night wine-tasting series add to the ambiance.
Ken Oringer is at the helm of Coppa and he is one of Boston's best loved fine dining chefs, with Toro and Clio also under his belt. This quaint little rustic restaurant, with its incredible selection of wines and mixed drinks, is a pleasant contrast to many of the sleek uptown restaurants that it shares a berth with. The food puts unexpected twists on classic Italian cuisine, such as the famed carbonara with sea urchin - not for the culinary faint-of-heart. More traditional dishes abound, from gnocchi with pork ragu, sage and pecorino to the perfectly wood-fired pizza.
Dali Restaurant and Tapas Bar features a wide selection of tapas both cold and hot including poached octopus, grilled pheasant, paella, bacon wrapped prunes, tuna-stuffed squid and much more. There are also some simplified, yet delicious dishes especially for the unadventurous types such as the short ribs or lamb meatballs. The ornate decor replete with warm colors is adorned with vintage Spanish artworks, old photos, charming trinkets and soft lighting gives it a romantic ambience. The vivacious Barcelona environment of Dali and the delicious tapas platter along with the Sangria makes it a must visit eatery.