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200 N. Main St. (Stewart Ave.) Send to Phone
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED Dining in an atmosphere of the turn-of-the-last-century bygone era.


Dinner Wed.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pullman Bar & Grille Restaurant Review

: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED Guests enter the turn-of-the-century restaurant through massive doors decorated with copper relief figures that once graced the Pullman mansion in Illinois. The large antique carved-oak fireplace and sideboard niche depicting scenes from Aesop's fables were imported from a castle in Scotland. Dominating the restaurant is the cigar and martini bar in an authentic 1926 Pullman train car named after author Louisa May Alcott, where diners are invited to sit in overstuffed chairs and enjoy cocktails, appetizers, desserts, cigars and after-dinner drinks. For starters, we like the Louisiana crab cakes with ravigote sauce and the grilled portobello mushroom in a rich marinade of herbs and Cabernet butter served on toasted focaccia. Caesar salad or the soup of the day precedes savory entrée selections such as broiled king salmon Oscar with king crab, fresh asparagus and béarnaise sauce and veal or chicken Marsala or piccata. The 12-ounce green peppercorn-encrusted New York steak au poivre is topped with a creamy bourbon sauce. The wine list, with 19 by the glass, nicely complements the tasty fare. Save room for the peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream for two.

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