The best place to be seated at this popular, well-established bar and grill (it’s been here now for a quarter century) is in the front area with its multi-paned windows. Tables are set with crisp white napery, and the atmosphere is casual and chic and the menu imaginative. Selections include soups, salads, and sandwiches--the grilled ahi tuna with basil aioli and the burger are particularly tasty--as well as entrees such as barbecued baby back ribs, Mongolian pork chop with sweet & sour red cabbage, and grilled hanger steak. Fresh fish specials are also available. Onion rings are thin, light, and superb, and served with housemade ketchup. Varietal wines are available by the glass, and rich desserts and specialty coffees invite lingering.
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