My opinion: An uneasy combination of granola and gourmet.
Granola: ditzy décor, paintings tagged for sale, bare tables too close together, friendly wait staff in idiosyncratic attire, loud music, a tiny open kitchen in the rear.
Gourmet: pretentious menu descriptions, unjustified prices, e.g. $6 for a meager handful of salad greens with a few beet scrapings. Large servings, still not justifying the price.
Our choices for two: For $12 eight succulent oysters trapped in a hard, heavily fried cornmeal crust. For $16 a glutinous, monotonous mushroom risotto, without sides. For $6 a glass of thin rose.
We’d have been better off with excellent sandwiches from the local coop. Even adding a bottle of good wine we’d have saved more than fifty percent, and our clothes wouldn’t have stunk from grease the next day.
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