Now, I would have thought that with a location in something called the American Zinc Building, a signature restaurant in the French-bistro style with an authentic zinc bar would be the perfect approach. But the obviously considerable amount of money invested to transform the former office building into a restaurant and part of a hotel wasn't mine. It came from the venerable Charles Drury, savior of the fabulous architecture of both the American Zinc and the International Fur Exchange buildings, who used it to expand his partnership with the Lombardo family, which already runs very good restaurants at the Drury Inns at Union Station and the airport and which has fed thousands of St.... More >>>