Slightly off the beaten path, but worth the trip. It is a small, simple restaurant with a pretty, old-fashioned, wooden carved bar. Immaculately clean, outstanding service, excellent food quality and presentation. We were a party of 6. We tried a large variety of entrees and burgers. Even the kid's mac & cheese was homemade, not from a box. All the food was fabulous. Our server was super attentive and friendly. Even the music was good! From the name, I originally thought it might be part of a restaurant chain, but it is not. It is across the street from an old brewery known for their copper brewing kettles. Hip and historic, I will visit this place again and again!
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