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Posted by Callie on 05/18/2014
I've been so pleased to have a new neighborhood standby. We've been to Three Letters a half dozen times, and always had a wonderful meal and great experience. The menu is updated with seasonal riffs on their set of dishes. I'm always jazzed for fresh vegan options. Their seitan is unreal. Crispy on the outside, it could stand alone on a plate. Fellow diners have really enjoyed the wild boar and trout. Regarding the bar: they offer some creative takes on the pickle back and a selection of really smart signature cocktails. The rye devil and Mezcal madness are my favorite. Beautifully balanced and a little boozy. Perfect. I've never had room for dessert, but that doesn't matter because the pastry chef invariably sends a truffle up anyway. Last time was a salted macaroon covered in dark chocolate. Delicious (and deceptively dairy free). Go to Three Letters. You'll be well taken care of.
Posted by ClintonHillDave on 03/05/2013
Words can't express how excited I was at the opening of this restaurant. As a neighborhood resident for years, I cheer any new establishment. My first trip there resulted in a so-so/mezza-mezza experience: the food came cold and confused, but the drinks were okay and I chalked it up to growing pains (it was their first week). I have just had my second trip and I won't be back. I ordered a drink (they made the wrong one), and the soup came with a skin so thick you could have made a handbag out of it (one has the choice of clams or chickpeas. I chose the clams, which were dry as a desert). This is where is gets fun: I sent the soup back but they CHARGED ME FOR IT ANYWAY! I was apologized to after, but what does that mean when you have to pay for it anyway? I wish them luck, but I won't be back.