My collegue and I saw this place as we were leaving an office building this evening. We'd never eaten there and are from the neighboring state of Kansas, so thought we'd give it a try figuring on normal pub food. There's a fairly small pub on the ground floor and another bar in the basement that we didn't visit. The restaurant is on the second floor (for Americans) and is very nicely appointed with linen tablecloths and multiple stemmed glassware set out. The service was very good though, to be far, there was only one other couple seated and after they left we were the only two. We were there from between 8-9. The menu bills the food as American but I'm not sure the chef has been to America. I had the blackend salmon but it wasn't very spicy. My colleague had the duck breast and seemed to like it. We both got creamed spinach and were both disappointed by its lack of creaminess. I had the turnip and parship soup and it was very thick. My colleague had the chicken pate and found it to be very good. The only two beers on offer were bottles of Peroni and Heineken. There is a 1 lb cover charge per person and a 12.5% service charge. The menu refers to the Souis [sic} indians of N. America and how their language form the basis for the naming of the state of Missouris [sic]. I guess if you're staying in this part of town and want someplace other than a true pub for dinner, this place is worth a visit but only after you've eaten at Bodean's enough to be tired of good BBQ.
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