Going to a restaurant is supposed to be a break from reality. For an hour or two, you can escape dirty dishes, grocery shopping, and cooking. You can just sit back and relax, and have someone bring it all to you.
Besides forking over the cash at the end of your meal, there's only one minor thing you have to do: decide what to order.
It might be your first time dining at the establishment, but luckily for you, your hungry neighbors and resident foodies have already taste tested the menu. And surely you have a favorite sandwich at the diner around the corner or a preferred cocktail at the bar down the street.
Patch's Best of Menu offers residents a way to give their neighbors the scoop on what dishes to order at the local eateries.
Today we will be taking a look at , a french restaurant at 242 Court Street between Kane and Baltic Streets.
The restaurant serves a range of dishes, including lobster bisque, duck confit salad, beef bourguignon, trout amandine, salmon with roasted peppers and garlic, and a sauteed calf's liver with balsamic vinegar and shallot.
What dish do you recommend residents try at this neighborhood restaurant? Tell us in comments what you think Quercy does best.