Nice spot for dinner, but don't plan on conversation, even when there's not a band playing. Despite having made a reservation, we were seated at a bar. They were accommodating in moving us to a table, but it was a tiny one for the four of us, and directly in front of the stage. We thought the food was very good. If you have a favorite performer, try to get reservations for a table and get there early.
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