While the food was good, and the service extremely attentive, the price just didn't justify what we received. I had lunch as a part of a fairly good-sized group, so that we were seated in what appeared to be a cleaned-up alley between a pair of brick buildings. There was an atrium roof in place to keep out the elements, so that it does have character. Everything on the lunch menu appears to also appear on the dinner menu, the difference being the price. Dinner costs a few dollars more. Lunch entree's all start in the lower double digits.
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