I visited here twice during my stay at the adjacent hotel. Once when I arrived late in the evening on Friday night to get a drink. Service was friendly and fast, though the clientele skewed younger and more entitled than this cranky old man. Still, it was a nice place to wind down, since it wasn't too crowded (though I must say I was surprised that they closed at midnight, but that might be because it's in the Financial District, which is a ghost town on the weekends). My second visit was the following morning for breakfast, which was pretty good, though the service was quite slow (being a solo diner, I was hidden away in the back room, which might have been why). Still, I'm glad I wasn't in a rush!
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