Few restaurant rooms in town are as inviting as the main dining space at the St. Charles Exchange.
Balancing simplicity and sophistication, the décor takes you back a century to a time when the restaurant-bar was a common feature in the lobbies of classy hotels.
Button-tucked high-backed leather booths, black bistro tables, soft light emanating from lamps near its soaring ceiling, exposed brick walls and aged wood floors serve to convince you’re anywhere other than the center of a busy, modern city.
It seems almost tacky to call it a place to “hang out,” but the place is made for adults who want to do just that and in style.
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