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With a cozy interior full of wood, plants, mirrors, and banquette seats, Carbón offers guests a quaint escape from the bustle outside.
With charming service and a quaint setting, Carbón pays homage to nature. Over-the-fire cooking techniques elevate the French restaurant’s authentic approach to serving products in their most heightened natural state. With a cozy interior full of wood, plants, mirrors, and banquette seats, Carbón offers guests a quaint escape from the bustle outside. Here, a private dining room with a charcoal ceiling is also available, featuring a menu that changes daily and seats for 8–10 people.
• Check out the downstairs speakeasy, La Mina.
• Order the scallop dish.
• Don’t skip dessert.
Whitewaller recommends: Ordering the Cynar Al Fresco cocktail.
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