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3. St. Anselm
It's too bad so many people discovered how incredible this restaurant is — from the food to the low-key elegance of the atmosphere. The wooden aesthetics and hardy, rustic fare tends to favor rich and meaty, but the menu actually offers a full arsenal of flavors, ranging wildly from soft and playful, to hard-hitting and heavy, just like a good, uh, romance.