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Even after migrating from its quiet perch on SE Clinton to a bigger, more industrial landing on a bustling corner of NW 23rd Avenue, St. Jack is still a comforting love letter to the rustic bouchons of Lyon, France—serving food made for cast-iron stomachs. But there are some serious upgrades, too, including an ambitious seasonal chilled seafood menu packed with luxurious nautical finds like briny-sweet whorl-shelled bulot (giant snails). Despite the address change, the bouchon’s bubbled-over crocks of macaroni gratin pounded with bacon lardons and plates of blood sausage leave no doubt: Lyon is still in the house.

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Outdoor Dining
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Conversation, Date Night