Happened upon this spot after discovering that our favorite Clifton place was closed on Sundays. It's in a hard to spot location with a very nondescript façade. We thought we'd come in the kitchen door at first...but quickly discovered it is quite a snappy eclectic find!
We didn't realize that we hit the restaurant just 40 minutes before it's closing time on Sunday (2:30pm) after the "hangover brunch", but they couldn't have been more accommodating.
We enjoyed watermelon & cucumber mimosas. pale ale, a gin manhattan and a wonderful sangria. The quiche was great but most of us had to try the corn & black bean fritter benedict which was very unique and tasty!
We can't wait to return with more friends!
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