I am not a big fan of the “do it all, big restaurants”. I prefer small intimate restaurants with more focused menu to really highlight the chef’s talents, so I was hesitant when a member of our group chose this restaurant. It is huge. Three floors with loud live music, a piano player. The service was quick and efficient, although they constantly tried to oversell.
Our choice was seafood and we were not disappointed. Very fresh and reasonable portion, but typically of a “hipster” place, overpriced. The wine list was extensive and pricey as well.
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