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620 Liberty Ave. (Sixth St.) Send to Phone
Dramatic décor sets the stage for a sophisticated menu.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Trilogy Restaurant Review

: Housed in a former bank, Trilogy capitalizes on soaring ceilings, sleek lines and sweeping red velvet drapes to stage a dramatic dining environment. The bar, equipped with TVs for the sports crowd, a lounge offering upholstered seating and good martinis, and a large outdoor patio complement the stylish main dining room. Trilogy’s cuisine celebrates American and American regional flavors---given an urbane edge. At lunch, find inventive soups, salads, wraps, wood-fired pizzas, pastas and fish. For dinner, seven to ten ever-changing specials augment the regular menu. Expect lots of fish and duck---especially good are lemon sole with local mushrooms, grapes and leeks in thyme cream; and duck with sweet potato hash and foie gras. The chef favors American artisanal cheeses, offering two-ounce portions of three, five or seven selections. The signature Trilogy Treats dessert plates a gingersnap ice cream sandwich, a chocolate toffee bar and house-made s’mores.


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