Meeting with special friends not seen in over 20 years means dinner at a restaurant with it's own history which The Landmark has. We made reservations for six on a Sunday night and were glad we did, went right to our table. The menu offerings were substantial (as were the serving sizes) with 'something for everyone' including a salad bar you'll just have to see. Two in our party selected that option for dinner, both very pleased. Service was equal to the task of serving six old pals, all talkers with much to share yet did so with kindness and understanding. A huge "well done" to The Landmark. (Do visit downstairs and view the old photos, well worth your time).
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