No, not that Loft but the new one to the left of Rocky Mountain Tavern.

It is impressive. It's a beautiful place and I think I'm going to go back there on Monday. The menu had foie gras, lamb chops, pastas, and beef tongue. That's interesting, huh? I'm going to have to go try their food at some point. I went there with some friends for some wine and the wine ranged from 35,000 to 300,000. We had a 2004 Saint Emilion that started off like a nice cognac, but opened up to a nice licorice, herbaciousness.

The interior is awesome- and it's going to get even better when they open up the outdoor terrace.


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