CINCINNATI -- An upscale Cincinnati restaurant known for its five-star dining was named one the "Best French Restaurants in the U.S." according to Travel + Leisure Magazine.
Boca, run by David Falk, is knows for its mix of Italian and French cuisine.
Boca's menu changes with the seasons and is highlighted with dishes like Mediterranean sea bass with leeks, bouillabaisse and mussels, or an haricot vert salad with poached egg, bacon, and almonds.
Before Boca, the five-star restaurant Maisonette occupied its location. It later closed in 2005.
According to travelandleisure.com, Falk studied under former Maisonette chef Jean-Robert de Cavel.
The magazine also says not to skip dessert as Boca pastry chef Amy Guterba’s sweets are a "perfect point finale to an epic meal."
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