The waiters we had were very helpful and professional. The food was pretty good too (we had the salmon with beet risotto and the wiener schnitzel). There was also live music in the for of someone playing the accordion.
Make sure to visit the Mark Twain room when you are there (you don't have to eat there to see it; just ask the wait staff and they will direct you). There, you can see the wall with a few famous signatures (Mark Twain, Beethoven, Mozart, etc).
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