Went here for dinner on a Thursday night. Very crowded at the outside bar as the yuppies were boozing it up after their law firm/banker jobs for the day. Too much posturing. Not my scene, but it looked lively.
Inside was better; not as packed. The server was wonderful; cheerful, helpful, and just all-around great. The food was quite good; tried the baked then fried potatoes and the fish special, along with fried chicken sandwich. Very filling. A bit pricey overall; about $50 per person with tax and tip (but we did have beer and wine).
Big downside. The NOISE level was unbearable. I don't understand why restaurants equate noise with hip. I mean, you don't need a place where only whispers are allowed, but it would be nice to converse in a normal voice and not have to literally YELL to be heard by the person next to you. Seriously folks, put up some fabric and tone it down a bit. Otherwise, it would be a great place.
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