I like almost everything about this place except the prices. So the place has a cool understated hipster vibe with an open-ended jazz jam session every Thursday. It's got the obligatory chalk sign board out front and lightbulbs in jars hanging from the ceiling. The service is attentive. The menu has more drinks than dishes and the happy hour deals are solid. I was excited to see an Uruguayan chivito listed on the menu. When it arrived the sandwich was satisfactory but not the enormous, gooey, artery clogging, wonderful mess than I have come to know and love from a true Uruguayan chivito. It was a rather diminutive and tame sandwich that left me begging my wife for a third of her generously proportioned pizza. So, lesson learned. Come her for the pizza (much larger and much cheaper (although not as good as Amadeus or Ciudadano nearby)). But if you're in the mood for a real chivito head over to Ciudad Vieja in Bellevista where they are much larger, much cheaper and much more cardiac arrest inducing.
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