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Exclusive Company

In a word: We heard they had good Meat Loaf.

The specs:
Address, hours & details via Isthmus; official web site.

JM tried Breakfast in America.
Nichole ate a Limp Bizkit with a side of Korn.
JM gave Exclusive Company a D; Nichole gave Exclusive Company an A-.

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So we think someone might have taken the small plate concept a little too far.  All this place had was little plates (shiny, with an unfortunate hole in the middle.)  The music here was a little loud and no one came to take our order after a long wait.  Nichole found the selection good but JM left kind of hungry for more.  Neither one of them could understand why this place has gotten such good reviews, especially considering it's hard to get anything to eat. We're glad to be done with E's, however, even if we did just finish them on April 1.

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Don't know how I ever missed this review before, but LOVE IT.

PS: State street location has "THE" best Classical music selection of ANY store I have EVER been too. Stuff up stairs pays the bill, but the stuff downstairs is AWESOME!!!

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