We've been to this restaurant probably 4 times since it opened. We just ate there again recently after a year had passed and had a couple of strange things happen.
This place has an interesting industrial atmosphere with sculptures made from forks, knives, and spoons, and rusty mattress frames hung from the ceiling with colorful wine bottles on them. The floors are concrete and there are large windows there--in cooler months it is usually drafty. In hot weather, it can be hot inside. If there are a lot of people there, we have found it noisy. The location is in Eastwood Village, a nice, clean shopping area with a view of the mountains. Parking is usually easy there.
If you are going for pizza, this is a great place. The pizza is made in a wood-fired oven and has an artisan quality. There are several choices of crust including gluten free for $1.50 more. We have not tried the gluten free option.
We tried the gluten free pasta yesterday. What a disappointment. It was overcooked and not drained properly,so it was served with water in the bowl. The manager was a bit defensive about it, claiming that was how gluten free is, but allowed us to order something else instead. We explained that we use gluten free pasta at home and depending on the type used, the cooking time is different from regular pasta. They were using a white rice pasta which they overcooked. On the bright side, the salmon was good although the serving was small. The veggies served with it were great--a vegetable medley with parsnips, red onions, and brussels sprouts and 4 slices of a roasted Yukon gold potato.
The waitress was nice, allowing us to sit outside and then come in because it was too cold and being clear that she was there to serve us. She brought us carafes of water but we had to ask for a refill on it. We also had to ask for refills on coffee and cream, but she brought them when we asked. She brought our check with a drink and a salad from the other party we were with on it. She explained that because the other party had their "special" for the day, she had to do it that way. It did not make sense. Service has been slow each time we've been there, even though there haven't always been a lot of people there. We've also found that the servers don't seem to be trained to notice when your drinks are getting low--we've always had to ask for refills, even water.
In conclusion, I think it is best to stick to the pizza and salad there and be prepared to split checks with others in your party just in case there are issues with your bill.
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