Went here for a business lunch on a raw Fall day. Quickly seated by a friendly hostess. Music seemed a few decibels too loud, but the server was great and returned several times to check on us. Had the oyster chowder while my colleague had a salad, and we shared an order of bread.
The bread assortment was wonderful, and he raved about his salad. My chowder was somewhat disappointing...flavor was excellent, but the portion was tiny...literally 6 spoonfuls. I wasn't expecting a pint of soup in a giant bowl here, but this little was surprising.
Otherwise this is a nice lunch spot...especially like that they have their own parking lot, much appreciated since 21st and 23rd restaurants are usually a pain to find parking for.
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