Way overpriced for the amount of food. My family and I went last night for the second time and that will be the last. My son and I ordered off the Happy Hour menu. Now, I realized the burgers were $5 and would be smaller (3.5 oz), but the patty was so thin you could not even taste the meat. My husband had the Green Hornet off the regular menu. It was $9.50 for just the burger and it was not much more than a glorified slider. I think the burger was 5.5 oz? I don't care what kind of meat you are using, $9.50 (without anything else on the plate) should warrant a grown up size burger. Also, the patty was shaped like a meatball! Maybe so we did not realize the buns were tiny?
On the plus side, their sweet potato fries were amazing. I like the space, the service was good both times we went, and my son likes the ping pong tables. I am willing to pay $13 for a burger and fries, but it better knock my socks off because that is a hefty price to charge and you had better be able to back it up.
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What is going on with CCP's rating average too? A single, one start review and that is a 3.1 average? I have seen it over and over, wtf?
Check your facts CPW, pretty sure they have moved to Charlotte
As a long time resident of Elliotborough, I have seen the neighborhood change a lot and not in a good way. It is obvious that there is a small handful of individuals involved with the neighborhood association that are promoting their own biased agendas. They seem hell bent that all growth is what our neighborhood needs, whether it is a large number of bars/restaurants/retail offering no parking or properties being maxed out with buildings that provide no yard/parking. They then have to force their way onto our streets demanding that any possible spot be converted to parking, regardless of what the residents directly impacted might have to say. We also have to endure the constant noise, trash, and other nuisances that come along with that kind of growth.
It's true what Elisa Ladew says, the neighborhood meetings are a joke. It's typically around 25 people who push to have votes on issues with little fore warning and to biasely promote their growth oriented agenda. It hardly seems like a good representation of the neighborhood. It's true that maybe you can't complain if you don't make the effort to attend, but maybe something else should be done to ensure a real neighborhood involvement. It also seems obvious that real consideration should be given to the residents directly affected by a vote. The 70+ signature petition submitted showed oppostion from people that live on Line, St. Philip, and Coming Sts.
How this Coming/Line St. conversion got pushed thru with what seemed to be a lot of opposition is mind blowing. It's obvious the "powers that be", including the neighborhood president, really don't care about the overall big picture in terms of the direction the neighborhood takes for it's future. It's sad, I used to like living downtown in Elliotborough but not anymore. The quality of life continues to slide downhill.
I live in the neighborhood and didn't know anything about it. Need to get the word out there a little better next time please.
Just went there tonight with my son and we had the daily salad, local corn, and some mac-n-cheese off the small plate menu. Everything was really good and the place is nice. Good service, too.
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