The rustic steelwork, sculptures of working men and the scale model train circling the dining room create an ambience like I've gone back in time.
AAA Inspector Notes
This restaurant is a monument to the Industrial Revolution from the 1900s. Upon arriving, guests are greeted by a statue replica of that iconic photograph, 'Lunchtime on Top of a Skyscraper.' The menu offers hearty rib-eye, pork tenderloin and pot roast along with sandwiches, burgers, sliders and brick-oven pizza. The owner of the restaurant, a local resident and owner of a steel factory, salutes America's greatness during this time period with an upscale industrial dining atmosphere. Hand-cut bricks, American-made steel girders, cast iron railings and a small steam train traveling around the restaurant's ceiling all give this restaurant a distinctive atmosphere. The restaurant boasts that guests can enjoy an American-made environment with many reclaimed building materials.
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