to walk into a restaurant that combines history with contemporary....plus the capability of sitting outside on a glorious summer day. This was a happenstance that turned out to be an enjoyable interlude. The food is good and would have gone back for dinner, but I always like to expand my horizons and went across the street to Sorge's which is also very good.
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