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Kathy's Gazebo Cafe Restaurant Review: This formal establishment has been serving guests for two decades. During most of that time, however, no sign marked its existence, yet habitués have managed to find it. The interior is upholstered with pink velvet beneath gleaming chandeliers, but regulars usually sit at one of the eight counter seats to watch the chefs in motion. Among the starters, the artichoke bottom stuffed with crab meat and glazed with mornay sauce is a good choice. The main courses are truly classic, from Dover sole flown in twice weekly to chateaubriand carved tableside. Dessert is an airy sabayon over fresh strawberries.