This place was crowded and slow with a 45 minute wait for a table for two. The building the restaurant is housed in is pretty cool. It is loud. The menu features some nice wines from Portugal and Spain that you don't see everywhere but the pours are small and in mason jars. The menu looks good but the quality of the food is subpar.
The pork nachos were heavy on the pork and cheese and swimming in grease. The burgers are more expensive than Game's and I had trouble locating the meat. Was this pureed meat mixed in with seasoning like Philly Steak sandwiches? Another grease-laden item. The mussels were tiny and the portion again was small for the price and several were unopened due to not cooking them enough.
We split one appetizer and two entrees with 1 drink each for $70.
If you look around you can do alot better.
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