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Whether it's the brick walls and soft lighting or the long leather-backed booths, there's something comfortingly familiar about Plymouth Crossing. Established in 2001, the downtown steakhouse–located in the historic Markham building, built in 1886 and birthplace of the ancestor of the famous Red Ryder BB Gun–has since blossomed into a go-to spot for pastas and sandwiches—especially at lunch. Yet it's in the dim light of the evening that chefs roll out their small plate offerings, drink specials, and signature entrees such as the surf and turf, a dish that offers the best of both worlds with a juicy 7-ounce strip steak and a steamed 4-ounce lobster tail. Amplifying the flavors of these upscale bites is an impressive wine list and a wide variety of craft beers and cocktails. A bright outdoor patio that opens during warmer months so that diners can breathe fresh air and make sure the sky doesn't start falling.