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Liz | May 22, 200505:46 PM    

My husband and I had a pre-symphony dinner at Arlequin on Friday night. We shared the white cheddar, apple, and bacon panini, a green salad, and the drunken beef stew.

The salad was good, the sandwich was excellent, and the stew was absolutely delicious. It was perfect for a pre-symphony meal as the portion of stew was on the small side. The sandwich was large.

This is a great choice for a light meal before the symphony or opera, as the food is great, service is quick, and they have a beautiful open patio to sit in if the weather is warm.

The Strauss was magnificent, by the way.

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