It's small and funky, with a piano vocalist and muted trumpet player performing in a small corner, wedged back by the bar. Service was charming. Food was pretty average. but there isn't much to choose from in 29P. My sirloin was overcooked but tasty. My companion said her strip steak was tough and not great meat. Salads and vegetables showed they made an effort. Wine list was small but reasonably priced. Bread was locally made and while not world-class, showed that they cared. As good as it gets, I think.
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