fillmore room

Abigail Abesamis

The Fillmore Room

Contributor
Here you can find American style cuisine… but with an interesting twist

Upon first entering The Fillmore Room, you’re greeted with a roaring fireplace and a rustic, pub-like atmosphere. No doubt this

style was influenced by the previous owners of the location, Moran's.  It was originally opened as a tavern in the 1950s, but the bar itself dates back to the Civil War. However, The Fillmore Room has been a viable replacement, with a little updating of course. Executive Chef and Owner, Liran Mezan, has even kept off-menu items in place as homage to Moran’s. In order to see what they are, you‘ll have to stop in for dinner.

Items like the macaroni and cheese are classically decadent, but if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, try the roasted bone marrow served with bacon marmalade. Of course, you can have the bacon marmalade served with a side of crostini or possibly straight out of the jar! Regardless of what you order, this well-balanced menu won’t disappoint.

 

 

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