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matt, you seem to have a certain, um, "intimacy" with the aesthetic.

I have no idea how somebody can make such beautiful food and such plug fucking ugly restaurants.
post #22937 of 25315
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matt, you seem to have a certain, um, "intimacy" with the aesthetic.

Matt had an "enlightened" childhood.
post #22938 of 25315
I thought the facility was very nice.
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

I thought the facility was very nice.

I always looked at the Mansion as an homage to 1920s Paris but Matt's way with words is engaging.
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I always looked at the Mansion as an homage to 1920s Paris
Yes, I think this is right, though a more authentic version would admittedly have less color, it would be more silver/black/gold, etc. No purple.
post #22941 of 25315
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I thought the facility was very nice.

That's OK. You would hate the Atelier decor with great fury.
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in other news I have more ramps and morels and tomorrow I will be collecting seven cases of wine. Also, I am going to make red mullet for the first time.
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FWIW, we'll do the Mansion again before next door. It was enjoyable just very, very noisy and frenetic. I'm cool with that quite often, as my favorite local place is just as noisy and we always sit at the bar unless entertaining, but for some reason I want quieter and more chill at that level of food. Not sure about this feeling as we really had a great time, and the cost is 50% of the Mansion, but would go to the Mansion again first.
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Yes, I think this is right, though a more authentic version would admittedly have less color, it would be more silver/black/gold, etc. No purple.

Without the purple, the waitresses in shiny purple Japanese jackets, the slightly slutty women and the pictures of Vegas celebrities it wouldn't look like a bawdy house.

The food is amazing.
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in other news I have more ramps and morels and tomorrow I will be collecting seven cases of wine. Also, I am going to make red mullet for the first time.

Rougets are great. You will enjoy.
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post #22947 of 25315
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Rougets are great. You will enjoy.

$5 says his wife is a little weirded out by them. Unless Manton does a total fillet.
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$5 says his wife is a little weirded out by them. Unless Manton does a total fillet.

My fiance is a baby about most food that looks like an animal but is totally fine pulling the meat off of grilled pompano while they stare back up at her lifelessly. Not sure why.
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I'm having withdrawals so dug a nice portion out of the freezer for dinner tonight:

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post #22950 of 25315
my wife loves all fish, I don't see a problem there
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