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Posted by Rebecca on 04/05/2006
Went there for Brunch once. Even with the small size, they seat people pretty fast. Don't expect a table for a large number of people. The food was and cuteness was the best part of this little restaurant. If you don't mind spending $2.50 on coffee or toast with you meal then I would highly reccomend because the food is very good.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2006
This restaurant is great to have in your neighborhood. It's cozy inside (too much at times) but if the weather's nice the back garden is fun. Try the DuMac & Cheese just to know what heaven tastes like, but be sure to get adventurous with the menu as well - it's hard to make a bad choice.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2006
This tiny little restaurant is an amazing find, one surely overlooked as one walks to the L each day; but underneath the old-fashioned "Dumont" sign you will deservingly be surprised. The atmosphere is cozy, with tight tables, and overlapping conversations from neighboring tables. Should you make it past the initial entrance, you will be met with a labyrinth of hallways, with tables and booths built into the walls. The food is brilliant ... it will just be left at that. Definitely, see for yourself. I was not expecting much and was most certainly, pleasantly surprised.