The Teller House is a fascinating old building and has the famous "Face on the Barroom Floor." We ate in the atrium which was simple but pleasant and sunny. The menu had a nice variety with reasonable prices. Our food was good though not spectacular. The service was adequate but if our server had shown some warmth and interest in the story of this historical place, lunch would have been a memorable occasion. Happily the opera was a delight and the short pre-opera presentation by the Assistant Director made it even better.
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