We tried this for dinner last night, and were impressed with the menu. We got the corn and crab fritters for an app, and they were delicious. Then we got the San Franciscan flat bread, which we really enjoyed. It had chicken, bacon, scallions, blue cheese, and an avocado cream. Very creative. There were a number of things on the menu that I want to go back and try.
My only complaint was that the atmosphere was a little bit weird. When we first walked in, the place was quiet. The decor, white tablecloths and the fact that our water was poured out of a wine bottle made us initially think this was a fancier place than we expected. We actually asked ourselves "Are we underdressed here?". Then we looked at the menu and saw $8 burgers, and realized this was indeed a more casual place. It just felt a little bit like they were having an identity crisis and couldn't decide whether this was a casual place with fantastic affordable food, or a fancier restaurant. It was a little bit uncomfortable, but the food made it worth it, and we will definitely be going back.
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