Walking through its doors you are uncertain for just a moment. Have you slipped through some portal in time? Are you IN that film noir movie playing on the black and white TV? The filtered sunlight coming through the slatted venetian blinds creates shadows that play across faces, the sultry vocals of Billie Holiday or Keely Smith playing softly below the laughter and conversations of patrons. The music is as much a part of the magic as any other thread in the fabric Paulius has woven. He has long supported live music on the two Baby Grand pianos in the establishment.
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