Been there twice before and liked it; went to Sunday Brunch today. Funky place on a small restaurant row next to the legenary Duck Fat and near Ribbolita. Friendly, good service. I had part of a blood orange mimosa which I thought was unremarkable and then a Bellini, which came in a somewhat smelly glass and was otherwise unremarkable. O for 2.
I had a sensational mac an cheese with bacon and onion rings, and it was top tier. Other dishes at the table were smoked lamb and Montreal Hash. Both were very good. home fries with onions were also excellent. Reasonable price/3 people 3 drinks, coffees, mains and one side with tip was $97.
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