The only sign outside this Uptown hot spot is a historical marker. The craft cocktail bar occupies a beautiful 1880’s farmhouse, with framed antique photos on wood-paneled walls. The food is better than it has to be, from charcuterie to sandwiches to steak frites. We started well with a Boll Street Spritz, an Aperol variant enlivened with elderflower liqueur and mint. Escargots, bathed in a buttery brandy sauce, were surprisingly tender and delicious; we mopped up the sauce with crusty, warm bread. Julia’s Salad brought an impeccably fresh blend of greens, lightly dressed in a tangy honey-mustard vinaigrette and topped with sliced fried chicken breast.
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The cocktails are great and the food better than it has to be in this charming 1800's farmhouse.