Updated Continental 

Amber delivers huge portions of delicious Eastern European specialties—with a touch of style

Continental dining these days is often viewed as archaic. It's what your grandparents considered fine dining. People say the food is old-fashioned; the décor is often dreary, and the wine list can be straight out of the time of Methuselah. But then…

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