Ate here for lunch on our way out of town. A bit off the beaten path, if you are hanging around the square, but nice 'hipster-ish' neighborhood, with a Trader Joes, vinyl shop, boutique wine and smoke shop very near by. Sat at the bar. Staff was very nice. Tap selection unique, with mostly Belgian offerings. Very large can / bottle list. The truffle parm frites are worth the trip. SOOOOO GOOOD! Sandwhiches were tasty, I had caprese, my co-hort had the short rib. Sammy's a dollar or two overpriced, but everything seems locally sourced. Unique older building, shows nice character. Two of us ate lunch plus one drink a piece for about 45 bucks. Plan to plug a meter
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