We are not drinkers, but we recently moved into downtown, knew this place was famous, and decided to experience it as a restaurant, not for the bar scene. We have been several times and it's very good for a slightly different twist on sandwich-type fair. To me, the french-dip was boring but my wife loves it. I prefer the pork and pastrami. The cole slaw side is ridiculousy priced, but once you taste it, you forget the cost. The salads and deserts are nothing special, walk over to Artisan House or Big Man Bakes for dessert after. The waiters are warm and sincere. Not gourmet, just solid and consistently good.
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