Dishes are served family-style, and every one we ordered was distinctive and delicious. Two of us shared three "small" plates and a dessert and were satisfied.
They pride themselves on the wine list, and even the lower-priced by-the-glass options are pricey.
On a Thursday night, the area was fairly dead, though the restaurant was full. Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon is right nearby, historic and worth a visit.
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