Eats Cafe Review
This happy, hopping hangout is more eclectic and stylish than any diner, with dramatic decor (crimson booths and walls, flat-screen TVs lining the counter, pendant steel lamps, an exhibition kitchen, gigantic flower paintings, and Andy Warhol reproductions) and vast menu (Cajun to Chinese), including smashing breakfasts. The 10-plus burgers alone (Rasta Mon Jerkya to Smokey Mountain BBQ, as well as fish and veggie versions) could satisfy almost any craving, but you could also get a Caesar salad or sushi, Philly cheese steak or chicken chimichangas or curries. It's noisy, busy, buzzing, and hip—but not aggressively so.
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