Alot of hype surrounds Almost Famous, so the 1st thing to note here is expect to wait. That may include outdoors on the street, then in the bar for a seat, then a queue to be served & then at your table for your food to arrive. We arrived about an hour after opening on a Thursday & went straight upstairs. The place was already very full & we were told to expect an hour wait in the bar, but after being asked if we wanted to share a table with other customers were seated within 20 minutes. We came again over the weekend & the exact same wait greeted us. The music was good & not too loud for this time of day I thought. The food was excellent, with visiting twice over the weekend we had a good variety of things off the menu between 2 of us. The trailer trash fries being the stand out dish for me. The burgers were excellent, some of the best I've eaten, all served in plastic baskets. Drinks served in jam jars - the cocktails are fantastic. The place is sparsely decorated, sort of canteen style with lots of charlie sheen quotes on the plain white walls. We found the service friendly enough, the girl in charge of seating was helpful in getting us seated as efficiently as she could & the girl who served us chatted with me about the food. I have read lots of people criticising the whole "hipster" thing, but I honestly didn't notice it at the times we visited. I would go back & have recommended to others, some who have already made the visit & loved it too.
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