I should have suspected something when all of the rave reviews were about the "happy hour".. We, unfortunately, opted for the retail dinner. We were very unimpressed. Two of us ordered the brick chicken. It was very good, though it does take 30 minutes to prepare. In the meantime you are drinking not cheap wine. I ordered the pork. I thought, since it was shoulder, it would be braised. But, alas, it was roasted (?) and as tough as shoe leather. Our 4th party ordered the pasta with shrimp....very mediocre.
I guess people on the westside are so desperate for a Northwest Portland experience that they will put up with noisy surroundings, very mediocre service and less than mediocre food. The only attention we had from our waitperson was for her to wax poetic over the very overpriced wines.
So, if you yearn for the brick, wood floor high ceiling, crammed in experience...go for it.
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