We enjoyed the food at La Provence very much: a delicious Calamari platter, beef short ribs, and very tasty scallops. The hostess was exceptional, helping us to choose a very quiet table. The ambience is charming--although more northern France than Provence. Our server was rather pro forma, but did get extra lemon sauce for the appetizer when asked and was helpful with wine selection. Our main quibble was the very loud (in our opinion) pop music better suited to a sports bar or café. Why not some light jazz, if there must be music--or better yet, Edith Piaf? We liked the restaurant enough to return.
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