Went there for dinner on FIrst Friday. It's not clear what you're supposed to when you walk in, because there's no one greeting visitors, just the menu posted on the wall on placards. We finally found a table and were promptly served. It's a tapas-style restaurant that trends more towards sharing than single dishes. The menu was creative and our food was pretty good. My biggest complaint is the noise level. They apparently have subscribed to the unfortunate trend in American dining that if the place is really loud, people will feel like they're part of the in crowd. As a result, many of the clients were screaming at the top of their lungs because they were having so much fun. The design of the restaurant has no features to soak up the noise. As a result, I will not be going back. My ears were literally ringing after I left; it was like going to a loud Ducks game.
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