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In keeping with Lemaire’s traditional feel, the table settings are simple yet elegant — white tablecloths, crisp white dishes and heavy real silver. Candles and a small arrangement of flowers in the center of the table are the only real “décor” items, but you won’t feel as if you’re missing out. It’s the overall style of the restaurant that really shines — the elegant crown moldings, lavishly papered walls and central fireplace will make you feel as if you’re in a private home and not a fine dining restaurant. The presentation is kept simple on purpose so you’ll enjoy an elegant, relaxed experience.
The table settings in Lemaire are classically elegant and understated. White linen table cloths and napkins provide the backdrop to a traditional silverware placement of pieces from the Steelite International collection. Stemware is from the famous Riedel Company, respected for their contributions to creating glassware that enhances the characteristics of wine. The all white china is by Villeroy and Boch, a company with over two and a half centuries of practice producing distinctive fine china. The Chef’s select the pieces from across the Villeroy and Boch patterns to provide the perfect palettes, in a variety of shapes and sized, for each of their farm-to-table dishes.