In the middle of the finance district, there is Tadich Grill. Tadich Grill is essentially a seafood restaurant and has been for over 166 years. Twice a day, the place bustles as waiters serve aromatic dishes bearing last night's catch, broiled, sautéed, or grilled.
Into the restaurant, built into the wall, are alcoves with booths large enough for six patrons. Dark wood paneling with large mirrors cover the walls and Art Deco brass and milk-glass light fixtures hang from the fifteen-foot ceiling.