Absolutely would recommend and return to this restaurant, without hesitation. Just a few small things to look out for. First, it's not expensive in terms of pricing but in terms of what you get. $14.50 hamburger that was on the small side, served with OUTSTANDING fries. No one at the restaurant told us; but burger meat may be ground in-house. Whether or not it was, it was a little "chewy" with bits of grizzle. There were good pairings of flavors available, such as house-cured bacon. Atmosphere very creative and fun. Lamb sliders very good. Upcharge for veggies instead of fries, too much: $3 for six brussel sprouts.
Decor is a little under stated a bit in the owners' attempt to fully emulate a French bistro (been there three times, most recently Aug 2013). A bit too noisy. Lively is good; but we actually had trouble hearing at our table.
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