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Quynn's Attic Restaurant Review: Upstairs in the former premises of a 200-year-old hardware store, this remodeled Americana eatery delights the eye with its dark woods and warm burgundy/pumpkin walls. But better yet, it tempts the palate with assorted American takes on everything from Granny’s favorites to contemporary twists on ethnic dishes. Take the shredded duck tostadas, a pile up of tender duck meat with black beans, salsa and crème fraîche. Or there’s the old-fashioned bean stew, which will cheer you with its smoky flavors. Lunches feature salads and sandwiches and wraps. Dinners, predictably, tend towards fuller plates, heavier fare, with a confit of duck salad accented with Gorgonzola to a chicken paillard on top of garlicky puréed potatoes. For dessert, we suggest the silken crème brûlée.