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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Augusta Restaurant Restaurant Review: Augusta’s pair of double doors swing back to reveal a sweeping staircase that leads to the second floor. Walls are graced with original artwork, and the environment is warm and engaging. The outdoor courtyard is a nice place to lunch on a warm, sunny afternoon. Appetizers, salads and sandwiches inhabit the daytime menu, along with some unexpected dishes, such as the lobster macaroni pasta with Gruyère or the airy frittata soufflé with asparagus and heirloom tomatoes. The evening menu is a bit more ambitious, with items like the oysters “Augusta” wrapped in spinach and poached with black truffle juice, crispy bacon and leeks. The John Dory is a filling and savory dish baked in a crispy phyllo pocket with caramelized cauliflower and red beet reduction, giving it sweet/tangy flavors. Sliders and all-night drink specials are offered at the bar for those who want a less formal experience. On weekends, the entire town seems to turn out for Sunday Champagne brunch.