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214 State St. (E. Yanonali St.) Send to Phone
Trendy restaurant and club that caters to a trendy crowd that wants to nibble off of small plates while sprawled on oversize “beds.”

Dinner Wed.-Sat.
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Couchez Restaurant Review

: When it's empty, the chic and stark-white Couchez can feel like the silence that follows a snow storm; but if you're interested in a quiet dinner, then it's your ticket. Patrons who snag one of the beds---oversize couches with too-small tables---must remove their shoes and tuck them away in a glass cubby. Diners then squirm to find a comfortable position while nibbling off of small and overpriced plates. We are not wowed by the lettuce spring rolls, which turned out to be greasy, dime-a-dozen egg rolls, nor the duck crêpes. While the fowl is flavorful and relatively generous, there isn’t anything to offset the texture. However, the organic chicken with crushed almonds, ham bits and nigella artichokes, all resting on buttery mashed potatoes, is tasty, if expensive.


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