Went here after Christmas with my siblings and spouses for a Saturday brunch. The jazz was great, however, we were seated so close to the musicians (we specifically requested upstairs) that we could barely hear eachother speak. We all agreed that the food was nothing to rave about - I had the eggs benedict served with some garlic mashed potatoes (did not know what they were when the came to the table) and they did not go with my meal at all - everyone seemed to get these potatoes and way too much garlic, no one enjoyed them. My sister ordered the 3 slices of French toast, which in reality was once slice of bread cut in half and one other half, hence the "3" slices. Not enough waiters and finally got our wine halfway through our meal. We would have stayed longer at the bar, but decided to look for another place to finish our holiday get together. Would not go back, and would not recommend unless you just want to have a drink at the bar and listen to some good music.
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