Tabatha Eisner and Chef Steve Bentley named the place after Bentley’s great aunt, who ran whiskey from Canada to New Hampshire during Prohibition. The former Tony Clamato’s was classed up with black trim, new lighting and a few church pews for bench seating in the dining area. The whiskey list keeps growing at the comfortable bar, and the area also sports a grand piano. Dishes range from sharables to full entrées. Closed Monday, lunch Tuesday through Sunday, dinner Tuesday through Saturday, Sunday Brunch.