We had not been to Hogan's in years but went recently with some old friends who were visiting from out of town and asked to go there due to fond memories. The daily specials have gotten quite expensive for this casual spot so we stuck to a mixture of soup, salads, sandwiches and smaller plates. Most items were good, with the one standout being the truffled mushroom risotto which was outstanding - perfectly cooked, with plenty of flavor. A piece of peanut butter pie for dessert was also memorable. Service was very attentive and efficient. This is not still the funky, creative spot from "old days" but you can find worse places to eat in the area.
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