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Brasserie Montmartre Restaurant Review: This longtime downtown favorite was rescued from the wrecking ball by new owners. It's still a charming place, if not as quirky as it used to be. A capacious bar dominates the outer room where there’s a festive scene, while next door in the dining room live jazz is often enjoyed. The standout dish is most definitely the pomme frites, which come in five varieties --- don't miss the truffle or the duck fat and rosemary. Otherwise, the menu hits all the hot buttons of classic French cuisine, including French onion soup, quiche, croque monsieur and artisanal cheeses, along with American additions such as a burger (accompanied by tomato bacon jam) and sweet potatoes with fried chicken. An extensive, primarily French wine list is complemented by craft cocktails and single malt scotch.