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Review: I’ve dined twice at Bistro Tallulah while in Glens Falls for work assignments at the Adirondack Theatre Festival, and I’m thrilled to find such a satisfying eatery downtown, right around the corner from the theater. (I like Davidson Brothers’ beer, but the food evokes just a “meh” and the brewpub isn’t air-conditioned.) Tallulah, open since late last year, is a small, casual place with an authentic bistro feel, including paper table coverings torn from a large roll, carafes of wine, chunky glassware, duck confit, whole roasted suckling pig and a large window into the kitchen at the back, where chef-owner Shawn Whalen is always visible at work. Whalen offers large and small sizes of most of his dishes, and I love being able to have a small plate of scallops, for example, followed by a $10 petite steak frites with Gorgonzola or a $12 dish of herb-crusted sweetbreads atop potato and celery-root puree. Given gas prices, I don’t see driving up to Tallulah just for dinner, but it’s a must-stop anytime I’m in the area. LINK TO ARTICLE
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