Civility reigns at Mary Beth Liccioni’s exquisite salon, where diners dress up and cell phones don’t ring. Among the treasures on the prix fixe menu: a duo of veal sweetbreads and prime beef rib eye lavished with truffles; sautéed Dover sole with asparagus in saffron beurre blanc; aged cheeses and superb soufflés. Prix fixe options: three courses, $75 (before 5:30 p.m.); four courses, $125; five courses, $140.
Dishes We Liked
(All dishes part of a multicourse prix fixe menu) Truffle ravioli and seared scallop in Asian lobster broth; duck consommé with star anise, water chestnut, shiitake mushroom, and chicken dumpling; veal sweetbreads with red wine sauce and prime beef rib eye with foie gras sauce; apple tart with green apple sorbet