After seeing a movie at the Grandin Theater, my husband and I wanted to have dinner in the area. Several nearby restaurants have closed for one reason or another. When we first passed by 1906, I did not think they were serving meals. When we realized that there were diners in the back, we decided to give it a try.
The service was great and the kale that the waitress recommended was the beat I have ever had. My Cuban pork sandwich was worth a repeat performance as well.
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