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December 6th, 2006 12:00 am Miriam Wolf | Food Reviews & Stories

Restaurant Guide 2006

Capitol Coffee House is like a superhero. By day, it's a mild-mannered coffeehouse serving various well-made espresso drinks to its Southwest neighbors. But at night, the restaurant breaks out its "and Bistro" tag and goes to town on a small, well-thought-out menu of French- and Latin-influenced seasonal favorites. And, like a superhero, Capitol Coffee House and Bistro has a secret power, one you might not expect from a modestly priced neighborhood jointit has an awesome cheese menu with generous servings of fromage from all over the globe. A cozy, slightly funky decor with dark woods and stained glass (the restaurant is nestled into an old train station) makes for a nice atmosphere which to enjoy a refreshing beet salad with a dynamite housemade grape-must vinaigrette, seasonal ravioli stuffed with interesting ingredients or a hearty burger au poivre.
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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