They close at 3 PM and actually start shutting down about 2:45.
We arrived at 2:15 and were seated for awhile with no server. I had to go seeking a server.
There were 6 servers in the place and one other table. When our designated server did arrive, she seemed harried.
The place is a myriad of colors. Chartreuse chairs, yellow, bronze and orange walls. The abstract paintings were aquamarine and purple.
We ordered the black bean soup and it was very different from the typical version served in the SW US. It was more of a navy bean stock with ham, carrots and celery.
My BW had the chopped chicken salad with bacon, sliced almonds, lettuce, cucumbers, peas, goat cheese, celery, and onions. This was crunchy and good.
I had the hamburger which was OK. It came with sun dried tomatoes, lettuce, and onions and sauteed red potatoes.
The tangerine/ginger tea was different, though the ginger dominated the taste.
Their business concept is very simple; most menu items are about $10. There is an obvious
theme trending to the generation X type customer. The is not a steak and potato place,
or even close to a waffle house. It is what it is, upscale mod.
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