Found in a brick building dating back to 1912, it is commonly agreed that this is the finest dining spot in town. Inside, the design incorporates the exposed brick, some lovely original art and low mood lighting. You will want to try one of the tantalizing salads or appetizers first, many of which come with their house ketchup or mayo. A changing menu of deliciously prepared entrées is offered, which surprisingly enough for this landlocked state includes fresh fish and seafood. Dinner service only on Saturdays.
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