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Saxon + Parole

Editorial Review

No, not named after a couple of ‘80s hair metal bands. AvroKO ditches Double Crown’s Anglophilic tendencies for a clubby Americana spot. Historic racehorses inspire the marquee, warm interior nods to once-ubiquitous downtown stables. Menu puts international accents on classic grilling. Dry-aged steaks with bone marrow béarnaise, short ribs glazed in five spice and Guinness. Mushroom mousse to start, with truffle jelly and the house’s own whiskey, distilled up fresh down in the basement.

Features

  • Bar Food
  • Bar Scene
  • Dine At The Bar
  • Downtown Style
  • Fireplace
  • People Watching
  • Private Parties
  • Lunch

Attributes

  • Price:
    $$$
  • Reservations:
    Recommended
  • Alcohol:
    Full Bar
  • Vibe:
    Bustling/Boisterous
  • Restaurant Type:
    American (New), Steakhouse

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