Theodore's has been know to have ghost sightings over the years. I find this entirely believable. The Worthington St. location is one of the oldest established urban neighborhoods in America. No doubt there are a lot of old spirits wandering these streets. The restaurant is on the ground floor of a large brick residential apartment building. It must be at least 120 years old. It is a bar, but it does serve food and there is occasionally music performed there. Good selection of beers, both bottled and on tap. When it comes to food, their specialty is the "burnt tips". Theodore's always has brisket in the pipeline and they serve it several different ways. You can get a brisket entree, sandwich, or just the tips. Super soft and tasty. They also have a lot of other menu items and you can have a turkey wrap if you like. Really nice waffle fries; thick. Wait staff and bar staff are all really nice. If you are coming to town for the casino (Fall 2018) bear in mind that Theodore's is on the north side of town in the old restaurant district, but I understand there will be a bus taking diners back and forth to the casino.
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