Stopped by mid-week, place is very atmospheric, but deserted. No entertainment going on. Server was friendly. If you are stopping here, you must try the signature Chocolate Martini.
Place is very dark, vaguegly Moroccan (like the Lobby area of the Hotel), and lots of dark wood paneling. Worth stopping by just to see the bar and the rest of this Historic Hotel.
I stopped here while the Circular Dining Room was closed for renovations (which may explain the lack of people here). Server here was very friendly, unlike the rude person at the Circular Restaurant who insulted me when I asked about other dining options while the Circular Restaurant is closed. (You can get some food at the Iberian Lounge, but the choices are limited.)
I expected drink prices to be relatively high here, but they were really high.
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