In days gone by, this restaurant was a Gentlemen's Club. There is a bowling alley in the basement and a spacious dancehall. The bar is roomy and the ceilings are made of tin. These days, the establishment is a great eatery. We stopped for lunch and enjoyed the salad and French Onion Soup. There is a great beer selection and the interior decor has the distinct character of the late 19th century.
The food was nicely prepared, the service was fast and friendly.
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