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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Terrific food, low prices, tiny dining room


The boutique restaurant lives! We visited Top Floor (674 Myrtle St., 404-685-3110) last week and had one of the best, most affordable meals we've had in quite some time.

The restaurant, located across from the Mary Mac's parking lot and behind Papi's, replaces DaVinci's and is bound to produce long waits because a) the food is killer and b) the space is tiny. In fact, the restaurant derives its name from the necessity of climbing a staircase to get to the main dining room. There are a couple tables downstairs where the bar is located. Fortunately, the restaurant takes reservations and if you're disabled or don't want a lengthy wait, call ahead.

I'll have plenty to say about the food in next week's paper. Pictured here is a duck confit pizza that puts Piebar to shame and a simple plate of asparagus with cherry tomatoes. The dessert menu is especially unusual. It's all chocolate and it's all addictive.

By the way, the restaurant's sign says "Top Flr," as does the menu, but they can't really mean for us to try to pronounce that, can they?

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