But for drinks and light (small) food plates it would be perfect. We went with our two kids and we were starving. Because we had never been before we asked our waiter to explain the theory behind the menu and what to expect. He explained that we should order several things and plan to share. And he warned us that the food would come out whenever it was ready, to not expect a typical first, second course order.
We ordered about eight dishes total, four at first then more as we were still hungry. The food was very fresh and wonderfully prepared. There was nothing we didn't like. The plates are very small (two scallops) so sharing was possible but everyone got just a taste. It was a fun way to try a lot of different things but an expensive way to fill up teens! We spent $128 for four with one $6 cocktail.
The crowd was younger and hip, as is the wait staff. The gentleman who sat us when we arrived seemed rather out of it, forgetting us at the door for a while. Our first waiter was great but he was replaced with someone else. The service was good and we never waited long for food.
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