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I think that's the name of the restaurant in the Overland Hotel. Anyway, It's a funky place to eat and to scope out. It has interesting memorabilia on the walls of the restaurant. The food - at least the choices we made - was okay,...More
It was a unique experience. It is Basque dining. I really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. It is open dining so you may have someone sitting next to you or across from you that you don't know. So introduce yourself and enjoy the company!
I've never rated a restaurant this low before. We had four dinners and saw/heard about two others at the table next to ours. This restaurant advertises Basque style, but that is almost a misnomer. Please don't judge Basque restaurants by this one. The Overland's dining...More
I guess this is a recently reopened restaurant in a old historic hotel. The basque type cooking we were looking for is no longer available but the basque type dinner where you are served everything from soup and salad, two entrees to dessert is available...More
Very recently I decided to try again the Restaurant.. The Restaurant has a sordid history ranging from excellent to mediocore.and in-between. This time the salad was average, the beans excellent, the pasta still had uncooked ends and the sauce was barely tolerable at best. Now...More
The grand opening was June 8th 2013 and Kathy and I came for dinner on the 9th.The new owner of this Basque institution that was constructed in 1907 completely remodeled and beautifully kept the old Basque Boarding House feel. Any previous reviews of this restaurant...More