We went here for lunch with a couple who had been here before and recommended it. Love the location, the building is in Carytown section of Richmond and used to house Plan 9 Records, that moved across the street.
Food was very good. I had lunch special of soup and tossed salad with balsamic vinaigrette, the soup was tiny bit salty for my taste but not overpowering. Another in our party got lunch special of slice of pizza with salad. He picked the turkey pizza slice, thin crust, delicious, and the enlightened salad with pecans, spinach, feta, cranberries, and apple with honey mustard dressing. Couple got the wakin' bacon pizza with two eggs sunny side up on white pizza base, asparagus, cilantro, also delicious.
Ambiance is bright, artsy decor with lots of wall decorations, lovely bar with forty beers on tap and three big screen TVs. Kind of loud when its full at lunch. One person had Stella Artois beer for $4.50. The bill for food for for at lunch was $42.00 plus tax and tip.
Service was attentive but not overly so, and food came out fast. Recommended!
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