Kane's calls itself a "family restaurant," but don't let that dissuade you. The interior dining room has a surprising casual elegance, and the food is satisfying if not particularly memorable. All the basic food groups -- meat, chicken and fish -- are represented, along with a plethora of salads. Portions are generous, and there is a good selection of wines to help wash things down. The night we dined, the manager was pulling double duty owing to a staff shortage and did yeoman's work without ever being less than courteous. Only drawback was the lack of people to bus tables, which resulted in tables on both sides of it remaining uncleared throughout our meal -- not the most appetizing of views.
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