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Molly’s at the Market
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Irene’s Cuisine information
Irene’s is a romantic gem, tucked in a corner that's generally missed by travelers. Not that it's easy to miss, given the overwhelming (and overwhelmingly good) scent of garlic emanating from this intimate Italian cavern. Irene's is Italian–French, really: pick from rosemary chicken, seared chops, pan-sautéed fish fillets and great pasta. Reservations aren't accepted and long waits are the norm.