Made the lunch reservation through Open Table, based on the description of the food and the intimate patio setting. Showed up on time, and mentioned the Open Table arrangement. "Sorry, out patio is in use by a private party". Both the menu and the dining room décor are cool and understated to the point of starkness, and the chairs and tabletops could use a little maintenance. The food was delicious. We were one of only two 2-person parties in the dining room, but it took 30 minutes to get a simple salad, a half-sandwich and a bowl of soup out out of the kitchen. The hostess and three waitstaff held a chatty social conversation at the reception desk that lasted our entire meal. The next day Open Table sent me an e-mail gently rebuking me for not showing up for the reservation.
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