From the street, this spot looks like no big deal, but like Alice falling through the looking glass, Bar 415 patrons find ... More
From the street, this spot looks like no big deal, but like Alice falling through the looking glass, Bar 415 patrons find themselves transported to a super-hip jazz club more likely to be found in New York than in a small Midwest cubbyhole. The long, dark room with exposed brick walls is dominated by a big, wooden bar lit by colorful Pottery Barn-like hanging lamps. The drink menu is very uptown with Cosmopolitans, Martinis and such. On the weekends, local jazz bands play from a stage suspended from the ceiling. A cover charge is collected when live music is offered.
Crowded with everyone by the door, no room with the way the tables were set up. Bathrooms had men going in and out of both and lines that were very confused with what bathroom was what, plus the doors dont lock and one stall.
Mr. Toad's Pub is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Upon entering, you feel like you are in an
old English pub. There are two rooms: one with a big wooden bar and several tables and chairs, the ...
When you walk in the door, you can instantly see the wide variety of luscious pastries, cakes, cookies and other
treats on display. The airy bakery also offers a full menu of coffee drinks, exotic teas and natural juices. ...
Thick, juicy hamburgers are the specialty here, making it a good place for an informal lunch or supper. You can
choose from the menu or make up a burger on your own. Salads and other sandwiches are also available. ...