Out of the usual tourist path, this restaurant is truly unique and well worth a visit. Intimate hide-away with 1930's Prohibition theme decor and staff in period costumes - Wow factor from walking up to the front door (greeting by staff in 1920's attire), to the smallest detail - even the bathrooms are worth a visit! Thick crystal, velvet table clothes, Food and service were excellent, and live music on the main floor was great - we had after dinner drinks there. Oysters great - everything was very tasty - we all wanted to go back the next night!
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