I went with a group of college students for a weeknight birthday dinner, and our experience was amazing. You can tell that they source their ingredients from high-quality suppliers, and the server, while a bit too hesitant to interrupt our conversation to ask for our order, was very nice and prompt.
The entrees were all between $20 and $40, and for the quality I would expect much higher prices. I had the cheese and charcuterie appetizer, the beet salad, the duck carbonara, and the chocolate cake for dessert, and by far the best element was the duck carbonara. Forget what comes to mind when you think of "carbonara" - this had egg-rich orechiette, a very cheesy (think parmesan) sauce, tender pieces of duck, cubes of melt-in-your-mouth bacon, and a creamy dill garnish.
I would definitely recommend if you're willing to shell out $20 for a dish worth $50!
The atmosphere was kind of excessively loud; there were a few other parties there, but the music was turned up so loud that I couldn't hear a phone call. This is also not a "bar scene" like college students would typically frequent; there were a couple middle-aged women sitting at the bar, but the cocktails were not bargain-priced.
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