Cashion's Eat Place
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Cashion's Eat Place information
With an original menu and inviting decor, this little bistro is lauded as one of the city's best. The mismatched furniture and flower boxes create an unpretentious setting to enjoy rich dishes such as scallion-cream-sauced crab and bison rib-eye with wild mushroom bordelaise sauce. The bar serves fancy small plates, such as pork-cheek quesadillas, until 1am on Friday and Saturday.