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New sister to popular M. Henry, serving much the same menu with the addition of dinner. It's in the old Standees space by the Granville el stop.

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The sister restaurant of Andersonville's uberpopular brunch spot M. Henry, M. Henrietta offers pretty much the same menu with one major addition: dinner. Overall it's executed as well as the fare that induces fans to wait hours for a table at M. Henry, though it can be a bit pricier if you're doing appetizers and dessert. Our crab and shrimp cakes and pancetta-wrappped baked polenta were both excellent but seemed on the small side considering that they were about $8 apiece. An entree of potato-rosemary flatbread with poached eggs, prosciutto, and pesto was equally good and much more generous portion-wise. The only real miss was bone-dry and oddly spiced roasted pork shoulder served shredded on a bed of equally dry jasmine rice. Still, service was friendly and very competent, and the waitress was kind enough to give me a free refill of the fresh-squeezed lemonade.

Julia Thiel

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