The utmost in upscale dining, this historic mansion was built in 1929, said to have been financed by Al Capone, complete with escape hatches on the roof and underground tunnels for transporting liquor during Prohibition. Talented chefs created an award-winning menu of 40 entrees, including seafood, steaks, duck and more. The mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
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