An interesting concept very well executed. A couple of points to reitierate:
1. There's a wait for dinner. Of course there is - a good, popular restaurant is going to be busy. There's a small bar area, get a drink and hang out for 30minutes - it's worth it.
2. The burgers and sides are large - great value if you want to eat it all, definitely sharable as well. The breakfast burger was outstanding, and the sweet potato fries were fresh and hot.
3. The mussels are good - I had the sauce with chorizo, awesome. As mentioned, sop as much as possible.
I was surprised they didn't have any beers on tap, but they have a wide selection of craft beers and favorites in the bottle. This is not a "fine dining" restaurant, but it puts out some of the finest examples you'll ever taste of their specialties: mussels and burgers.
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