New: Brasserie Brightwell

Brian Fox and Brendan Keegan, the brother-in-law team behind the successful and well-received 208 Talbot and its offshoot 208 Burger in nearby <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100619050000" title="St. Michaels" href="/topic/us/maryland/talbot-county/st.-michaels-PLGEO100100619050000.topic">St. Michaels</a>, opened their Easton <b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/brasserie-brightwell-easton">"cafe and comptoir"</A></b> in November 2010 in the Easton Market Square development. Think Paris on the Chesapeake -- seafood bouillabaisse, beef Bourguignon, duck a l'orange and coq au vin. But don't neglect the marvelous raw bar.<i>--Richard Gorelick</I><br>
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<b>Venue address: 206 N. Harrison St., Easton</b>

( Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun / January 5, 2011 )

Brian Fox and Brendan Keegan, the brother-in-law team behind the successful and well-received 208 Talbot and its offshoot 208 Burger in nearby St. Michaels, opened their Easton "cafe and comptoir" in November 2010 in the Easton Market Square development. Think Paris on the Chesapeake -- seafood bouillabaisse, beef Bourguignon, duck a l'orange and coq au vin. But don't neglect the marvelous raw bar.--Richard Gorelick

Venue address: 206 N. Harrison St., Easton

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