AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
AAA Inspector Notes
Toward the Western end of the main downtown strip, this funky eatery offers a menu and vibe that appeals to the younger generation. Small and bustling, the dining room presents an industrial New York City appeal with soft lighting, an open performance kitchen and white brick walls that add to the aura. The menu includes pastas, sandwiches, pizzas, seafood and salads and such favorites as chicken meatballs, pork and porcini risotto, pan-seared branzino and a charcuterie plate. The dining room can be cramped at times, so you may want to opt for a table on the back patio. It is a bit more open and offers some solace from the bustling indoor crowd. The drinks are as celebrated as the food, so one of the hand-crafted cocktails is a must try. If you're looking for Sunday brunch then this place should not be overlooked. A Bloody Mary or mimosa complements the meal just right.