The Low Down
Where to Sit: The communal outdoor table is nice, but limited chairs mean chances are you'll have to lean. The club chairs inside also shouldn't be ignored.
The Extras: The food comes from C-House, Marcus Samuelson's restaurant in the lobby. This means you can sample the goods without breaking your neck for a reservation or the bank once you get one.
Parking: Valet at the Affinia. The hospital and vicinity to the Mag mile make finding legal parking on your own a chore.
When to Go: This place screams after-work drinks. That's of course also when it's busiest--weather permitting.
Know Before You Go: Smokers will be sore to hear that they're out of luck--and yes, the servers have already endured the resulting nic-fits.
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