Dining here, we found it rather dingy and industrial in its
architecture...not conducive to a happy meal. Landmarc
suffers when compared to its progenitor downtown (below
Canal). The downtown establishment is comfortable up- or
downstairs (downstairs is preferable), the menu offers a wide
selection of solid food, the value is excellent, and the spirits
match the food. Eating in a booth is better than in the center
section, because it offers more privacy. For our money, the best
seats in the house are at the bar, where the other eaters are
convivial and the bartender(s) heighten the experience. So, while this review is ostensibly about Landmarc #2, it really is an
excuse to praise Landmarc #1.
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