Friday, November 23, 2007

Carytown ... lunch at the Can-Can Restaurant

It was bustling at the Can-Can today but what a treat to stop for lunch at this popular restaurant in the Carytown section of Richmond. Our party of eight had to wait about fifteen minutes to be seated but it was worth it because the service was efficient and speedy ... and the food was wonderful. I would call it a "French-lite" menu -- not too overbearing but a taste of their cuisine. It was a great way to kick off our visit afterwards to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for the Eugene Boudin exhibit. Lunch for eight was $125, not bad for eight meals plus wine and beer. They also offer for sale a number of varieties of breads made on the premises. As we left, the line of people waiting for tables was backed up out the door....

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