We stopped in for lunch the first week they were open. Our server was delightful and helpful although still learning. The patio is a beautiful, peaceful setting with tables situated to watch the traffic on Paseo del Pueblo Norte which can be quite interesting or choose a table set back for a quieter meal. I chose the Martyr's salad with salmon. It was not large but enough to satisfy my smaller appetite. Ingredients were fresh and well combined. There was a little more radicchio than suits my taste. The citrus dressing was very fresh made with quality olive oil. My husband ordered the lunch steak which was surprisingly thin about 3/4 inch thick so we were pleasantly surprise when it was indeed medium rare as ordered. The fried potatoes were tender and lightly crisp. It was a bit expensive for lunch but the ambiance makes a leisurely lunch and worth the price for me. We will try it again for dinner and it will be a delightful place to take guests.
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