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Deja Vu: 31 Ten is Really Like Hidden 2.0

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Mmmmk, so here we have some rather dark photos of 31 Ten, that new venture form Ado partners Paolo Cesaro and chef Antonio Mure. Take a look around, look familiar? It's really like a joint collaboration between former tenants Cache and Hidden. Some of Cache's decor plus some of Hidden's concept. Those pretty hardwood floors? Same. Wicker lounge tables and seating? Same (minus the new upholstery). Long fire pit situations? Same. Bar stools? Same. Candles? Different!

At least only one menu exists here, an amalgam of global fusion eats (hello Hidden) with nods to the Mediterranean (grilled home-made lamb sausage over roasted bell peppers with tzatziki sauce), Italy (wood-fired pizzas), Mexico (tacos), Asia (seared rare tuna with mixed greens salad tossed in a shallot vinaigrette with daikon, cucumber, and taro root), and then there are the stragglers that, like the menu, pull from all over: braised duck wontons served over a spinach pesto; seared prime beef medallion with a poached lobster tail, seared with foie-gras, and pomegranate sauce. So maybe it is even more similar to Hidden than we thought. Oh, and there's even caviar "service"...yeah. Welcome to...Hidden 2.0.
·31 Ten Bar and Lounge Hits Main Street [~ELA~]
·Paolo Cesaro Reclaims Former Hidden Space For New Resto [~ELA~]

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