A city landmark since the 1880s, this spot is rumored to have once been a speakeasy during the prohibition era. An intimate restaurant, guests can sit at one of the close-knit tables at the front of the restaurant near the bar or at the back of the restaurant where the hostess takes diners on a brief jaunt through the open kitchen area. Specializing in high quality seafood, highlights include raw bar selections and fresh seafood (including oysters, lobster and tuna).
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