Loved the creative, fusion menu and efficient service here...the mimosas for Sunday brunch were just a dollar--and strong. This cafe seemed like a serious drinker's delight for the younger set.
So two things about the environs: 70-80s hits playing a bit loudly in the background seemed odd, given all the tattoos and earrings sported by our young servers.?! This boomer would have preferred music more contemporary and more friendly for dining in terms of volume.
The second thing was the blank, DARK walls in a longggg, rectangular space with high, dark ceilings. I joked that it made me want to order lots of whiskey (never touch it) and kill myself.
We eat out for ambience; this spot desperately needs some feng shui & better audio mkting!!
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