We went for lunch on a Thursday afternoon and it was pretty crazy. We had a hard time finding a place for our group to sit. Once we finally found a place, we sat and waited for our food for about 5 minutes. I had...More
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Typical hotel bar. Unfortunately, it has what is becoming a plague of resentful young bartender who are angry at their customers. Its a bit bizarre, but the rest of things are typical normal hotel restaurant food.
Serving only breakfast and lunch - make sure you stop by for one or both! The food is fresh, unique, flavorful, and feels like it was made JUST FOR YOU. Even though the lunch time line was out the door, our food was prepared in...More
This is a order at the counter, call your name to get your food, and sit wherever you like type of establishment. The steak and cheese sandwich was fine, although I would probably try something else next time. I did like their fries and the...More
Ate with coworkers two times here. Once take out, once ate in. It was good. Some exotic items on the menu, there were also run of the mill selections. First visit had a soup and salad. Very straightforward, good. Second visit had the crabcake sandwich....More
Ate here for lunch. Had the daily special-crabcake banh mi sandwich. Ordering process was efficient. Food was enjoyable. The restaurant was too loud, though. If you can deal with that, this is a perfect lunch spot
Looking for a restaurant near my hotel I found Olio quite by accident. Once inside there is a place for the menu boards where one can read it and choose what to eat. You then go to the counter to order and pay for your...More
Easy walk from the Hyatt. It's a quirky place but the long lines move quickly. It's counter service. The food was amazing! I'd go back in a heartbeat.
Stopped in for business lunch with a colleague. The sherry crab soup was outstanding. The beet salad was good but nothing you cannot get somewhere else. The aioli that comes with the fries is good enough to eat on its own with a spoon. Would...More