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Sazerac Restaurant Review: Named after the famously strong New Orleans cocktail, Sazerac hosts a popular happy hour, offering a menu of boldly flavored small bites with equally small prices. We like chef Jason McClure’s dates stuffed with goat cheese, wrapped in smoked bacon, and brushed with a balsamic reduction sauce. Consider as well the hand-cut french fries, pulled pork sandwiches with white cheddar and mustard barbecue sauce, and the deviled eggs with smoked ham and jalapeño peppers. For a casual lunch, choose from several salads, sandwiches and pizzas. For dinner, entrées range from pan-seared scallops with clams and chorizo, roasted carrots and Parmesan grits, to pork cheeks with parsnip purée. Save room for the gooey chocolate cake or the bourbon-pecan tart with caramel mousse. A Northwest-leaning wine list and professional service add to the appeal for both hotel guests and locals.