We stopped here for lunch purely by chance and came back 5 days later to have another few meals and spend the night. Good food, some familiar standbys and some intriguing new tastes. The services is friendly and warm, the portions very generous!.
Antiques, a fascinating old bar, and other 'collectibles' make the dining room an interesting place to sit while your food is being prepared.
Old pictures on the walls give an idea of the history of the area and the hotel - Al Capone stayed here. We'll go back again when we pass through.
I had to pick one meal below, but we sampled their breakfast, lunch and dinner. Each time we entered the restaurant we had good food, prepared to order, friendly service and enjoyed the time there!
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