This is a quaint restaurant with exposed old brick and is quite charming. Don't miss Sunday brunch. Seems to be a great mid 30's hang out with outdoor seething and front doors that open to the street so you really feel connected to downtown. It's great. They also have a lift apartment that's available for rent for private parties. Have eaten there 3 times and not on Sunday. Take my word. Sunday brunch your best bet
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