Like typical trendy eateries, this place is annoyingly noisy. Other than that, it was a good experience overall. The menu is pork-centric. We had the sliders appetizer, which were excellent if not overpriced. For entrees we had the pork tenderloin and a burger. The quality of the meat is top notch, flavorful, and they really pile on the flavors, which works most of the time. However, the pork tenderloin had too many competing flavors that overpowered the meat. The burger was outstanding. The service was friendly and attentive. The bill for one appetizer, two entrees, and one soft drink was $60 including tax. There's a bar and the drinks we had were weak and the pours were light on the wine too.
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