We stopped out for light fare and a few cocktails. I had been there previously, but my significant other had not. The bartender took the time to explain the origins of the decorations and the history of the bar itself.
We then stepped out onto the deck and patio, which is a breath of fresh air hidden within the city. It is well appointed, spacious and relaxing. Our server was top rate, attentive and the drinks (Expresso martini and Bourbon mule) were perfect. For tapas we had the homemade Bruschetta (outstanding!), the meat and cheese plate (nicely portioned) and the wife had a fantastic steak salad.
Colin John started playing at 8, which along with a slice of cheesecake provided a perfect nightcap to the evening.
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