Was able to slip through the crowd and dine as a single for dinner last night at the bar. The place was hopping with snotty thirty-something President's Weekenders who don't understand the concept of waiting 90 minutes to dine in a town that is packed to the gills for the week. Adjusting the attitude of the "rudes" sitting to my right was as easy as sharing my Philly Pretzel appetizer with them. The pretzel is so good, they chilled, mellowed, and became friendlier almost immediately. I'm here to tell you (having grown up in Philly) it is not anything like an authentic (stale) Philly street pretzel (3 for a buck). It's way better. It is large enough to share with 2 or 3 persons. It is warm. It is stuffed with cheese and comes with some fantastic mustards...for under $5---a great drink companion, really perfect after working up an appetite on the mountain. For the main course, a fantastic "Yucatan" pork tenderloin served with a fantastic au gratin potato pancake and fresh veggies. The tenderloin is savory, and cooked perfectly. My kudos to the establishment. Tab with tip for two whiskies (one @ happy hour price), pretzel and entree came to $50. I'll be back.
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