Hip. From the outside you can't seen in through the plate glass windows. For your sake, please do venture in.
The interior is bare wood and plate glass walls. Expansive hardwood tables built to share. Flatware that has heft. Meals served on stainless steel trays. Limited but well executed menue. Minimalism with an edgy contemporary look and feel.
Essentially BBQ and fried chicken. May not sound promising. To some folk, the menue may even sound a bit depraved. However, it works. Food wise, very new millennium and post politically correct. The food and dining experience is good.
I had a fine lunch of 1/4 fried chicken (thigh and drumstick) with coleslaw. The chicken was moist and flavorful on the inside, crispy on the outside. Expect they used a frying chicken as it was large and tasty. The price was $ 7.00 including soft drink. I'd have been happy to have paid double. It was that good.
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