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Eurasia Cafe & Wine Bar Restaurant Review: Asian influences dot the menu, seen in the hot-and-sour soup, edamame and shrimp pad thai, but amidst the appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrées, you’re more likely to come across such dishes as a Waldorf chicken salad wrap and grilled pork tenderloin with chive buttermilk cornbread and bacon braised greens. That’s because the restaurant’s name is a carryover from the prior occupant. So while it easily swings from continent to continent, Eurasia’s cooking is most distinguished by a fresh, flavorful style and local and organic products, like in the Off the Hook “Rockafella”(daily catch topped with fried oysters, spinach creamed with Fontina, and smokehouse bacon). The fact that the café is connected to the wine shop PJ Baggan means that there is not only a neat and tidy wine list, but also a "walk-in" wine list with any bottle available plus a corkage fee. Other locations.