We had brunch here. Overall, we were impressed; we had good food for the price point and enjoyed the atmosphere.
The full lunch and brunch menus are available during the brunch hour; this gives diners a huge selection ranging from lighter options (salads, etc.) to full, dinner-like options. We both opted for brunch. The buckwheat waffle was good, if a bit overcooked; the special omelet (tomato, cheese, spinach) was perfect -- not greasy at all, great texture. The potatoes that accompanied the omelet were also delicious.
Service at the table was very good -- fast, knowledgeable, very pleasant. The manager on duty was actively managing the floor and stopped by to check-in on the meal -- always appreciated. Sadly, the service really fell short at the hostess stand...service there came with a big attitude, even as the restaurant was nearly empty thanks to the snow-storm.
Space is cool. Fun design, elevated "gastropub," not cheesy.
Overall, a good option. We left full and satisfied.
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