The Meadows’ rustic wood paneled interior features historic prints from the old Prohibition era Gangsters instead of sleek flat panel TVs. It harkens back to the days of executive lunches, a time when Armco bigwigs would come in and conduct business deals over soup and sandwiches. A back booth in the corner had a phone specially installed for The Journal reporter to call in any transactions made there.
The Tudor-style restaurant is small, with a capacity for about 90 guests and a horse shoe bar takes up a large part of the dinning room. But The Meadows’ Reputation for delicious food is what Chef Ken Ledford will bring back to this great city. Mixologists and partner Emily Profitt will provide our guest with great service and deliver top notch drinks from the past to the present.