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smith27 | Apr 11, 200210:45 PM    

Read a review on the reopening/renaming of JohnFrank as 'Home' on Market St. a few months back and decided to give it a try. Since then, I have probably dined there at least once a week. The prices are very reasonable (from $7.95 for a Bar-b-Que sandwich to avg. of $11.95 for other, seafood, chicken, beef entres). Nightly specials include mussels w/ frites, meat loaf, carppacio, crisp half chicken on mashed potatoes w/ a light wild mushroom gravy, Neiman Ranch flank steak, etc. Fantastic Ceaser and other salads. The ingredients are extremely fresh. The consistancy of quality has been right-on every time. Waitstaff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the food and wine list. Dining options include dining room as well as the bar and bar area lounge. They have an inside/outside room off to the side of the restaurant with a fireplace. Reminds me of Chow and Park Chow, but maybe a bit more upmarket in quality and food choice.

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