Les Halles, Washington, D.C.
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Bill Cosby, Autumn 94
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Les Halles' dessert offerings are unimaginative. Never mind--you won't have room for the chocolate mousse or crème brûlée. However, if you're in the mood for something sweet, a glass of Taylor Fladgate Vintage 1977, $17, is a great accompaniment to any cigar, and there are other wonderful, rare offerings on the liqueur and brandy menu, including a 1958 Sempé Armagnac, $28.50.
The casual crowd and refreshingly open attitude about cigars make Les Halles the kind of place that could develop into a local hangout. And with cigar smokers already forming a cultish following, Les Halles' cigar-smoking section will surely continue to be the most popular room in the house.
-- Michael Frank
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.Washington
Phone: (202) 347-6848
Lunch: $18 to $30 without wine
Dinner: $25 to $40 without wine
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