Chloe's - Hudson
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Rating: 5 / 5

I ran across Chloe's when I was trying to find a location halfway between my sister and me. The restaurant I'd normally want to go to in the Berlin area - J's at Nashoba Valley Winery - wasn't open that evening. Shiro - my favorite Japanese restaurant in the area - had shut down. I had just about given up when I ran across mention of Chloe's, located in downtown Berlin. I was surprised that I hadn't heard about it before, and made the reservations.

The restaurant is a small one right down town in a line of shops. It's got a small waiting area and then the restaurant area with maybe 15-20 tables. It's quite lovely, with jazz music playing. Apparently they have live jazz acts there some evenings. Very bright and fresh, with lots of exposed wood and white linen.

The wine list is great, and although they brought me the wrong wine bottle by accident they quickly fixed that when I pointed out the mistake. The bread was fresh and provided with delicious oil for dipping. We had a mushroom souffle which was very tasty, and my main dish of a risotto was quite good. My sister loved her meal as well.

The waitress was quite attentive and very friendly. The dessert of creme brulee was just right and a glass of port put the perfect ending on the meal.

Menu: Elegant choices, a reasonable size for a small restaurant
Wine List: Good selection
Dress: Nice - skirts, dresses, collared shirts, nice jeans are OK
Staff: Quite friendly and helpful, willing to do extras to please

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