The setting for this restaurant is out of the ordinary and history breathes through these walls. Unfortunately, under management of a private club, there are some regrettable aspects. While service is very courteous, it is also incredibly lengthy (and I mean really lengthy, read 30 minutes plus between dishes). More than half the wines on the wine list are not available, leaving only the priciest options. The food is good, but not exceptionally so. What really ruined the evening for us what the incredibly loud singer. There were only three tables in our room and she made all conversation virtually impossible. We asked three times to have her microphone set on a lower level, to no avail. All in all, a pricey evening for a so-so experience.
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