First time there we stopped in and the place was packed, we grabbed the only open table and we're quickly greeted and taken care of. We got some delicious cocktails (I had the raccoon shrub martini which was amazing, also the beet martini) and then a quick lunch, I had Brazilian shrimp soup which was perfectly balanced between light and refreshing, and earthy and complex flavors. There was a lot of great art to look at on the wall and a semi-open kitchen.
Would definitely recommend for anything from a quick lunch to a romantic evening to bar hopping with friends. Thanks shuga's! We loved it!
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