We chose to dine in the basement of this150+ year old hotel. Our table sat next to an old restored brick wall. The setting is very rustic, but the service and food are very upscale. The menu has innovative choices, as well as standards. Our host had a well prepared steak with pepper steak, I had a very flaky and tender piece of fish. I don't remember the name of the appetizer, but it looks like crème brulee--with the crusted top. However, it is made with blue cheese. Delicious! The atmosphere is warm and comfortable, and there is also a choice of outdoor seating that is lovely.
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