Have you ever noticed how some people tend to place a letter's most important thoughts in the postscript
P.S. You should really check out Postscript, which the Madison's just opened adjacent to their main entrance. Antique prints of historical figures and an oil painting of James himself lord over a barista corner, marble communal table, and the long, J-shaped, potentially punny Lobby Bar, though the place's claim that its menu is for people with "limited time to fit a meal into their schedule" indicates it's actually not fit for lobbyists at all
Right on, Paul rocked in My Two Dads! Then holler at croque madames w/ egg-dipped brioche, or pumpkin-sage waffles w/ housemade chicken apple sausage. Later munching's covered by a Big City Red pure beef hot dog on a toasted pretzel roll, seared tuna nachos w/ togarashi spice & seaweed, and a duck confit poutine w/ Pipe Dreams goat cheese, which must've just come from some kid
Since you're not a kid anymore, the Bar's also pouring 10 classic cocktails (Sidecar-y, Manhattan-y type stuff), and six drafts like a saison from Hennepin, Brooklyn's Brown Ale, and Goose Island's 312, any of which'll ensure you think it's most important to PP.