It might be billed as a wine bar, but Kass feels more like a formal French restaurant than a place for a casual drink. There is a good, French-leaning wine list, and while you could sit at the bar for a couple of glasses, the dining room is a nicer place to sit. Unfortunately, the French food isn’t really worth the visit (or the prices you’re going to pay). The grilled octopus comes out on a mini grill, but doesn’t have much flavor, and the john dory with risotto is also lacking. The best thing on the menu is the tagliatelle with pork ragu, but at $31 for a small bowl, it’s not enough of a reason to come here.
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