This restaurant is sandwiched between a number of other cafes, serving various national foods, and across from the Portofino Italian restaurant, so you have a lot of alternate choices if you decide that you don't like the menu here. Access is very good, parking is somewhat of an issue, but there is a large parking garage around the corner next to the Radisson. The food here is definitely above average, the menu is reasonably varied, and at least for us, the service was very good. There is an outdoor terrace for outdoor dining when the weather permits. There are not that many tables, so it might be difficult to get a table promptly during peak periods. The decorative motif is dominated by large posters from the early 1900s. Suffice to say that the interior ambiance delivers a lot more than the external appearance of the cafe might suggest.
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