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Drew's American Grill Restaurant Review: First Italian, then seafood and now American with a traditional deli core: This handsome restaurant’s third owner is surely hoping for third-time charm. And though daily breakfast has been dropped in favor of Saturday and Sunday brunch, initial indications are good. Lamb lollipops with lentil chili make for an inventive, if pricey, appetizer, and a roasted beet salad could be beetier, but the blend with arugula and candied onion is skilled. Roasted wild mushrooms with spinach and mozzarella adorn a non-knee-jerk pizza. And the classic Reuben, with house-baked rye but imported-from-New York everything else, suggests that the kitchen may be on the road to deli dominance. Desserts, including bread pudding and a pretty good take on the New York-style cheesecake, are worth the trip alone --- as is the polished bar with its classic and creative cocktails and an early and late happy hour.