I dined there two times. First time amazing, second, almost amazing. Maybe it was what I ordered. I definitely will go back. The first time was near perfection. The setting is perfect for foodlovers. From the outside it doesn't look like much. Inside holds just a handful of tables in vintage, original diner with wood paneling that nearly whispers all the stories it has witnessed. Chef Michael works in a tiny display kitchen where you will see (and later taste) your entire order made at the moment before your eyes. He clearly is one of the original farm-to-table chefs before it was so named. He's the real deal. I suggest getting a group of friends together and renting the whole place out for a great food lovers party! It is a bit pricey, but good food is worth it.