We picked this place for an early bite as it was within walking distance, about a mile, from the stadium (if you like to walk). We walked in around 5:00ish, place about 1/4 full and was asked if we had reservations buy a somewhat surely waitperson. Apparently she had managed to squeeze us in. Decor was modern but kind of disjointed. Chairs looked like cast offs from a previous venture but window booths were ok. Our server was very friendly, ordered a way to expense french rose while DH had a reasonably priced tempernillo.
Had the humas platter which was good, nice extras with chopped toms, olives and chickpeas. The great part is they actually served it with enough pita wedges. Hate it when there is only one cut into pieces, never enough to share. Also ordered a great house made yogurt cheese with a preserved lemon and a cherry chutney, super good, served again with plenty of pita on the side. The only other thing we had was a barbaccoa "dumpling" which I assumed would be an empanada kind of thing. It was just two big chunks of kinda greasy/fatty meat with a couple of masa type balls on the plate, marble size. Not anything that I thought it would be and told the server as such.
Honestly, wouldn't go back but glad we gave it a try. Place was still 3/4 empty when we left at 6:30 or so, wow, what about those reservations, but thanks for trying to make us feel bad for not making any;-)