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Lamb's Grill Café

Lamb's Grill Café Review

Founded by Greek immigrant George Lamb in 1919, this downtown power-broker's joint has demonstrated unusual staying power. With its long marble counter, deco-style trim, and cozy mahogany booths, one of the city's oldest dining establishments has aged well. It's a white-tablecloth kind of place, where you can still indulge in an old-fashioned barbecued lamb shank or blackened salmon at a reasonable price. The longtime Greek owners have added a few Mediterranean touches to the big menu. Newspaper, business, and political types often gather here for breakfast or lunch.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun.

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