Christo's Palace Review
Serving burgers, pizza, and Mexican food (and an Alaska seafood menu at night), this ornately furnished downtown restaurant is a surprisingly elegant hidden treasure. The nondescript facade belies the high-beamed ceilings, dark-wood accents, ornate chandeliers, and a large, gorgeous mahogany bar reputedly built in the mid-1800s and imported from San Francisco. Portions are generous, desserts are tempting, and there is a small selection of after-dinner cognacs. The grilled halibut portobello is particularly good.
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