Have had brunch there a couple of times and the food was great. The bloody marys are wonderful..great tang of horseradish, but not too spicey! The bartender (also the owner, I believe) has a great personality and very knowledgeable about the area. Also has some great stories about the history of the building and Ghosts that are there. I didn't personally see them, but I quess several others have on different occasons.
We had great service and the prices were very reasonable. Would like to try it for dinner if we get back that way. Will write another review if I do.
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