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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Dock Street Brasserie & Brewery

2 Logan Sq. (18th & Cherry Sts.) Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Dock Street Brasserie & Brewery Restaurant Review

: This was a brewpub that morphed into a brasserie, in the able hands of chef-owner Olivier De Saint Martin. At the present time, the large, ultra-modern room has monumental columns and cherry wood accents. It will be redone in the near future to more resemble a true Parisian brasserie. So far, there’s a new painting over the granite bar---a nearly twenty foot long Maxfield Parrish-style vista of the Rockies. The antique billiard table and dartboard in the Billiard Room continues to attract crowds from the surrounding offices. Discerning diners continue to admire De Saint Martin’s innovative brasserie fare, and the knowledgeable, courteous staff who serve it. Be it a terrine of duck foie gras with dried fruits, or a spicy salad of calamari, warm Savoy cabbage and andouille, the cuisine bears his own touch. Happily, standard dishes like cassoulet with duck confit and sausage, and choucroute with a pork chop and a variety of sausages, are still available. Besides their own ales or stouts, Dock Street has a thoughtful, reasonable wine list.


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