A friend of mine and I ate at the Lock and Key while visiting in the Georgetown and Lexington area and have to report being overall disappointed. While we found the food tasty, presenting it as though we were eating take out fare and then charging sit down prices for it took away from the experience.
On the plus side, the physical layout, which includes the old safe from the former bank as well as other bank trappings, was pleasant and remodeled and engaging. In fact, it's part of what led us to give the place a try. But then when you sit down at a table or in a booth, you expect the meal to come on dishes and in cups and not in paper hot cups and on plastic trays.
The final cost of $27 for a meal which consisted of two fairly well done sandwiches with chips, two small cups of chili and two espresso drinks struck us as too much for the experience.
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