I ate here for the first time today at lunch to find an extremely crowded, yet somehow cozy rather than overwhelming place. It's a building that is easy to miss if you're not looking for it. Its popularity has been due mainly to word of mouth although it has recently gained increasing attention through articles in Gun and Garden magazine and others.
I ordered a hamburger that comes with a small side salad. I can honestly say it was the best burger I've ever had. Everything is organic and home grown from the beef to the pickles to the vegetables. In true hipster fashion they served drinks in mason jars, had mismatched towels rather than napkins, mismatched chairs and tables, and offered vegetarian and vegan options. I can't wait to try the rest of the food and maybe go for breakfast next time! I would highly recommend.