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Le Vaudeville Restaurant Review: This glittering outpost of the Flo empire is decked out in 1930's-style brass, glass and wood. Waiters swoop and swirl amid the good-natured clamor (the crowd is often studded with stars, celebrities and stockbrokers from across the street), delivering platters of glossy shellfish, prime meats, the popular house foie gras and attractively priced little wines. One should not miss the calf’s head cooked on the bone, the ideal brasserie dish. A very Parisian choice for a late bite after the theater.