I went there with a work gathering. We reserved the "large group" room which turned out to be a bunch of bistro tables lining the wall surrounding an open, empty space. The impression I got was that the tables that were normally there were needed somewhere else. There was a poorly supplied bar there which was helpful in increasing my appreciation the overall bleak decor. I found a drinkable beer on the menu and stuck with that.
Apparently our group had ordered the hors d'oeuvres menu because were presented a steady stream of hit-or-miss dishes of miscellaneous miss-mash. Some of it was actually surprisingly tasty, but much of it was just --- odd. Lima beans? On a plate? That's a dish? At least there was enough to share, unlike most of the stuff.
The restaurant is in the right place to find its audience and it seems to have done so, because it was packed to the gills with 20-somethting dinks, yuppies, Belltown grungies and whatever impressing each other with how eclectic they are.
I would not recommend this establishment for families, business groups or really anyone who isn't deep into the "Seattle scene".
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