We arrived to see a sign outside that happy hour was on...hurray! In leading us to our table, the receptionist told us the happy hour deals could only be had at the bar, not the table (~6 feet away, no wall of separation). We asked if we could stay at the bar and dine. We were told no, that we could only order from the bar menu. OK, we decided to drink at the bar, then move to a table...an annoyance, but nothing more. Andy, the bartender, was fantastic...GIVE THIS GUY A RAISE! He made us feel welcome, mixed us terrific drinks (Tarboro Viking and one of the best Mojito's ever). We decided to share a second Viking and he kindly mixed it in two glasses without any request. He told us that we'd be welcome to order from the dinner menu since it was Wednesday night and they weren't busy. Now that is the kind of server you want to tip big! We enjoyed the goat cheese and beet salad...a winner! My main dish was not memorable (sorry, I really can't remember what I had), but the duck breast was spectacular...definitely the winner of the evening. Coffee took a bit long to arrive, so the end was a bit rushed since we had a show to see at Atlas. If you have reason to be in the area, try this place. It's hip and loud (we're not), but on a week night it's not too noisy and a good meal and drink can be had for a reasonable price.
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