This is a fascinating restaurant, steeped in history with an atmosphere that brought you back to the roaring twenties. We were welcomed in warmly and seated immediately. The décor included antique chests, a wine rack, chandeliers, an enormous gold cash register and, of course, a portrait of the fat lady, herself. We soon learned that the restaurant dated back to the time of Prohibition and functioned as a speakeasy and a brothel. We arrived there just in time for brunch (if we wished) or lunch. The service was incredible with a friendly wait-staff and the food was excellent. We chose steak and eggs. The steak was cooked perfectly and the proportions were just right. Our kids, who are extremely picky eaters, wanted to go back the next day.
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