This casual eatery housed in a former printing plant proves that comfort food and urbanity can coexist. The menu's appeal is as broad as the crowd is diverse—from buzz-cut hip young things to Downtown suits. Ladies who lunch often lunch here, too. Families are prevalent during weekend brunch. Entrées are imaginative twists on traditional favorites, such as the chicken potpie perked up with shaved fennel and carrots in cream sauce. Go early to avoid a wait. There is
open-air dining on a covered patio, or you can sit in the garden when the weather's nice.
Apr 17, 2007
It took them over 30 minutes to get us our drinks and over an hour to put the complimentary bread down and take our order. They were not even packed. Then the waiter gave us the impression a salad came with the meal, when it was actually an extra cost. If you dont mind hanging out for about 3 hours and chase down service staff all night, then I would recommend this place.