The restaurant is nothing special, but it drew a skillful use of historical ties to the Chicago mob, and in particular Al Capone in the restaurant and entertainment business in the years of the greatest flowering of the gangster world, and why not now.The interior is typical of a pub, but is decorated with newspaper clippings, posters, paintings and objects from this vreme.Ima Tommy gun and over the bar.
In the same style are menus, napkins and other small items around the tables.
There are several varieties of beer, and some of them have very interesting names, such as Eliot Ness, others have done very well to taste. Food is also mafia folklore, but is far from the Italian-Italian. Rather, it is an Italian-American.
Regarding service - has a lot to be desired. The waiter with the kind of low-level gangster poured a beer on my colleague, but otherwise very trying. Obviously, this goes with the whole atmosphere.
In general, a former recommend a visit, at least for interesting experience and good beer, which is not common in American pubs.
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