You’ll say you think it had something to do with your ability to stock up on the right supplies and make wise decisions when you have to.
Translation: you made reservations for dinner—and brought your own wine.
Introducing Prix Fixe, a cozy boîte in Lincoln Square intent on getting you all the European bistro classics you need on snowy nights.
It’s the kind of place to keep in mind for a low-key night of European delights. The space is rustic—as much as any space off Western Avenue can be—and filled with warm tones, candlelit tables and a rack of swinging wine glasses over the dining room (but for now it’s BYOB, so bring your favorite vino to make it fully functional).
The chef is a cooking school instructor, and he makes the ever-changing menu easy to navigate: $35 gets you three courses—choose your appetizer, entrée and dessert. Start with something like goat cheese gnocchi, then move on to risotto or pan-fried chicken, before a dessert of either maple french toast with black pepper caramel or a warm molten chocolate cake.
Stick it in your pocket to keep you warm on the way home.