The décor is warm and welcoming. Everything speaks of good times spent here. La Boheme has a heart and a soul. The walls are covered with things from yesteryear: In the entrance there is a blackboard on which the owners welcome friends!
The tables are covered in red. Customers are invited to choose their wine and bring it to their tables. The bar features draft beer, wine and coffees. The menu: each meal covers a choice of an entrée of soup, salad or escargot in butter, garlic and parsley. There are other entrées on the menu, meat dishes; pasta plates; seafood, frog legs and more. Deserts ($6.75) include crème brulée, pastry, cheese-cake, profiteroles and more.
We went for lunch ate a lovely venegatable soup, a main dish of fish served with lovely vegetables and rice, the fish was tender and juicy, I actually age every morsel on the plate.
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