The space is relatively small, but open and tastefully done. I like the exposed brick that anchors the longest wall. It is a small space though, and quite popular. We visited on a Tuesday evening, and found a full house. Nonetheless, our table was ready, and operations seemed to be moving smoothly. The wait staff was hustling, but the time between visits to our table didn't seem excessive. Our waiter was knowledgeable about both the evening's food and the extensive beer and wine list. So far so good.
The Odd Duck's focus is fresh ingredients, locally-sourced as much as possible, and small plates. The menu changes constantly, so any visit is a bit of an adventure. Our group had 7 of the small plate dishes among us, and each of them seemed better than the last. Interesting and unusual combinations of flavors, and the number we ordered was more than enough for us. Dessert and French-press coffee rounded out the evening.
The one factor that detracted from my experience was the noise level, which was loud enough that our conversation was difficult to follow at times. Otherwise a very enjoyable evening of delightful food and drink.
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