Eddie’s is a good place for a lunch or after work meeting when you actually want to have a conversation. It doesn’t get too loud, the bartenders turn out good drinks, and it feels businessy without trying too hard to impress. Grab a few seats at the bar (or a small table, if you don’t want people eavesdropping on your brilliant business advice).
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