We stopped by for lunch before a movie. Most of the people eating lunch were old, but I'd heard it was a fun place to eat, and I'm almost old. We were a bit put off by the attitude of the host and felt like we hadn't passed some litmus test for whom was the right kind of person to eat at the Heathman. After the Itzhak Perlman concert we thought about giving it another try, but life's too short and we went to Pazzo and had a great meal with great service instead. When I turn 70 I'll try it again and see if they're any nicer.
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