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If you didn’t make it to this American spot in the 10 weeks or so that it was open before the shutdown, go try an oyster mushroom po’ boy or quail and waffle with venison sausage on their outdoor patio. You can also get a table inside for brunch or dinner, or make a reservation for their attic bar, where they offer tickets for 90-minute cocktail tastings in a space that looks like a church’s library.
In the event that you didn’t get to try this American spot in the 10 weeks or so that it was open before the shutdown, you can make up for it now by checking out their outdoor patio. They’re serving things like fried chicken with hot honey and oyster mushroom po’ boys every night for dinner, as well as burgers with egg, thick-cut bacon, and havarti during weekend brunch.