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Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2012
The food here is amazing! Especially the lobster guac dip with the homemade chips that I just can't stop craving! It's so amazing. The place itself was a lot smaller than I anticipated but it was nice and quiet for dinner with a friend. The waiter we had was REALLY friendly too so that made our experience all the better. this place is DEF worth trying out and going back to!
Posted by S.C. on 10/11/2011
Felt some panic after I purchased a Thrillist voucher, for a 3 course meal for two, and then promptly read a terrible critic's review on Eater. Happy to report the review was undeserved. Our waitress, Bambi, was a complete delight start to finish. Attentive, helpful and personable. We sat upstairs and were very comfortable. Nice atmosphere, quite and secluded. We started with the lobster guacamole ($16) and the pulled pork bites ($12), both delicious, though the pulled pork was a little rich to start with considering what we followed it with - the Supreme Burger ($16) and the special of the day, Seared Duck ($22). Both cooked nicely, both pretty yummy. We made it halfway and got the leftovers wrapped up. Finished with the pecan bacon pie with caramel icecream - OMG, so good, we demolished it. The meal came with 6 draft beers. I was surprised that the draft selection was equally priced ($8 ea) for typically more expensive beers, like Delirium Tremens, and typically less expensive beers, like BluePoint Octoberfest. I was shocked when we were served a 10oz pour. If I were paying full price, I'd have sent them back. A "poor" value. There is also no mention of the size on the menu, so be careful. I would return for a bar snack and a drink, but maybe not for dinner.