Good, balanced mix of bar food, wines, and cocktails-- caters exactly to an upscale but youngish clientele who are looking to turn happy hour into dinner but don't want to drink beer while stepping on peanut shells. For food, we tried the nachos and the quesadilla which were both great, with the nachos even on the healthy side. Nice to not have a total gut buster alongside a nice glass of prosecco, which I also thoroughly enjoyed!
This was a great place to celebrate my friend's exciting professional achievement on a weekday evening. I would come back, no question, for a similar sort of occasion another time!
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