This is a great neighborhood French restaurant. The interior is lushly decorated, and there is a great menu - changes seasonally - to satisfy most. The mussels definitely are the best deal, but don't pass over the escargots, foie gras, and duck, if you love heavier French dishes. The wait-staff is always friendly, but there is usually a big crowd with a minimum one-hour wait Thursday - Saturday nights. Prices are moderate, and it's worth every penny. If you do go on a night they are playing jazz, the back of the restaurant is a bit quieter.