Be sure to go a little earlier than the typical 'dinner hour' when you try out this restaurant. I've had both lunch and dinner here and both times, by the time I was leaving, the place was packed. The food seems a bit pricey but the portions were large and our waitress even warned us about the size of the portions and suggested that we share - which we did. This made the meal quite affordable and we still felt that we had plenty to eat. I've enjoyed the Drunken French Onion Soup, Chipotle Chicken Quesadillas, and the fish tacos. All were great and my husband raved about the mac and cheese. (I'm having that next time!) They do have live music later in the evening but I'm not sure I'd want to fight the crowds. The place is rather small and when we were there for dinner it was packed.
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