I ate at db on a Thursday evening at around 830, and the place was a zoo. There was a liitle bit of a backup at the host station, and the coat check girls looked like they were in panic-mode.\r
Once we waded through the crowds at the bar, we were seated at a table in the back. It was a good thing we were in a friendly mood, because as the manager joked, in true bistro-fashion, the tables are farily close together. Ahh, the power of euphemism: probably 6 inches between us and our neighbors.\r
Luckily, our neighbors were nice, and the food was terrific. Our waiter strongly reccomended a tarte flambee with our drinks, and who can say no to bread bacon and cheese? Starters were tart with goat cheese, tomato and olives, and a dish of frogs legs with little nuiggest of chicken.\r
Although boring, we both had the burger. Loved them. No room for dessert, and the one letdown was a laugably small petit four plate. I think 3 tiny cookies.\r
If you don't mind the noise, and can deal with crowds, db does dish up some increidbly tasty food.
Pros: Excellent Food, Good service
Cons: Loud, close tables