I have mixed feelings about this place. On the one hand, it's a hopping-spot and on the other it's rather average. So what are the 3 things we look for? Service, food, and price, right?
I was with a larger group of people and I will say that the service was top-notch. The young man handling all of his did a fabulous job. I spent some time at the bar beforehand and the bartender was quick, efficient, and super-friendly.
Prices tended to be on the higher side of things for the ambiance and general locale, but then, it seems that prices everywhere these days for dining out continue to rise quicker than our salary.
The food was interesting. I was surprised that the menu pretty well runs the gamut, making me wonder how all of that can be cooked. The answer, according to our server, is that it's on a production line and timers. That's what I discovered when I wanted a medium-rare burger and he delved into this long explanation about food being on a conveyor and timed to come out together. Not sure how this could play out but my dining buddy and I both wanted medium-rare. Mine was fine. His was well-done. I will say that the Chorizo Meatball appetizer was fabulous, zesty, and delicious and could have been a meal in and of itself. From the comments of everyone at our table, the overwhelming feeling was that the food was so-so, nothing to die for. I think I'll give this place a few more months and then maybe try it again.
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