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Cafe Montmartre

Update 6/30/09: Cafe Montmartre is closed.

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Andrew ate the #3 pizza (prosciutto, artichoke hearts, roasted peppers & farm chevre) with a Stewart's ginger beer and half a chocolate gooey.
JM ate the #4 pizza (fontina, parmesan, mozzarella & gorgonzola) with a lemonade and a chocolate gooey.
Nichole ate the Cafe salad with coffee and a bananas Spaulding.
Samantha ate the #5 pizza (Roma tomatoes, basil, kalamata olives, mushrooms, tomato sauce & parmesan) with a Stewart's ginger beer and half a chocolate gooey.
JM, Nichole, and Samantha all gave Cafe Montmartre an A-; Andrew gave Cafe Montmartre an A (see our grading rubric).

Cafe Montmartre provides a sweet music venue, a small but well-put-together menu, creative pizzas, nice atmosphere and good service, and, of course, a super wine list. All this conspires to bring out the congenital klutzy dork in folks like Nichole and JM, but we still had a good time. It helped that our party accounted for 67% of the  post-xmas lull custom.

Samantha opined that her pizza was a little heavy on the tomato sauce. Nichole was just glad she finally got a chance to order a luxury banana dessert. Andrew observed that Cafe Montmartre gave "the taste of fancy with a pub feel." JM felt that the food was tasty but light and left a little hungry even after dessert.


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