It seems this place is trying too hard to "be hip" mainly because of the chalkboard menus. Cool idea for a second, but no. Walked in with a baby for lunch on a Saturday and was told there weren't any highchairs. The server then goes and looks for one and a high chair appears but with a broken buckle. Spent the first 10 minutes getting my child in the seat and holding onto the strap and finally get situated only to find out the menu is on the wall behind me. Now I have to get up and move seats again to read it. I personally like holding a menu and reading, not breaking my neck staring off at a menu and looking all over the place. Food was okay. Won't be back.
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