This was a fun place we popped into to have a drink before a show. We didn't get anywhere near the whisky for which this place is famous for BUT we did enjoy a delicious plate of food from the charcuterie. We watched the chef carefully cut cold meats and cheeses. It was an entertaining place with great atmosphere and I wished we could have stayed longer.
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