Myron's Steakhouse

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Housed in a 1924 movie palace, the minority theater of three once serving the small town, Myron's retains the projection booth, but you would otherwise be unaware of the space's original use - unless you paused to ponder the stamped-metal ceiling stories above your head. The room's layout - almost all booths - gives you little sense of the wall-to-wall size of the space, but its verticality is emphasized by use of tall torchieres that bounce light from the ornately embossed tin. (We quibble over the color of the ceiling - it's an off-putting dark brown - but the intent is right on target.) The booths themselves are well-thought out as well: wood up to about sitting shoulder level with fluted glass another foot or so above that. You definitely feel cocooned in your own special environment.;- Ron Bechtol

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