Pair is a French restaurant with some great food and reasonable prices. The old-school picnic baskets, red gingham drapes, and acoustic guitar soundtrack give it a small-town kind of feel, and everything on the menu - including the tremendous steak frites - is under $20. (Other highlights are the gigante beans with feta, lemon, rosemary, and breadcrumbs, and the fontina mac and cheese.) Let the champagne flow and never let go of this place.
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