We were six for a birthday dinner on a Tuesday evening. I believe each of us had something different and all was good to very good. We also had two different wines and both of those were good. Service was friendly, well informed and pretty timely. I especially like the ambiance of the place. The building was originally a shoe factory owned by the Craddock-Terry Shoe Corporation and that is also the name of the hotel in which Shoemakers resides. The artwork and decorations are foot and shoe related. You should eat here, but it is a bit pricy in my opinion so perhaps it's the place for an occasion and not a casual meal. Note also that, even though it is a "hotel restaurant", neither Shoemakers nor the other restaurant downstairs were open when we tried to eat there on Thanksgiving. Call ahead. They do take reservations.
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