A place like the tip top might not be that interesting to folks from NYC, where there are lots of locally owned, urban themed restaurants with consistently good food at fair prices. But in suburbia and rural America they are few and fair between. Between the painted concrete floors, high ceilings with exposed ducts, lots of glass and being housed in an uber-cool old bakery building filled with active artists, it's really pretty unique. I particularly like walking the halls after dinner- how much more intreresting than walking out into a strip mall parking lot!
the menu is fairly limited and there are not a lot of vegetarian options. The presentation is excellent and many of the sides are really creative and unique. It's officially "American" food, but it's too simple to call it that.
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