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Clyde's at Mark Center Restaurant Review: As a mood setter, the décor at this Clyde’s appeals to sports fans who may want to fish, hunt, sail or camp in the mountains in rustic splendor. Each dining room has its own theme, but perhaps the most picturesque, and easily the largest, is the main Adirondack Room, kitted out to resemble a rather grand Roosevelt-era cabin with a moose head mounted on the wall, a large granite fireplace, fishing gear, paintings with hunting and wildlife motifs, and enough fishing tackle to catch dinner for a week. Of course, regardless of where you eat, the focus is the same---Clyde’s wholesome American cooking. With a menu that changes to keep pace with the seasons, you may not find that Wagyu beef pot roast with mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables, and you may think the weather’s too hot for Clyde’s signature chili, but always in season are the entrée salads, the also-signature crab cakes, and the hamburgers. In berry season, don’t skip a piece of pie with a scoop of ice cream.