Hard to find gem which is in an alley. While the alley is well lit and designed for walking, but that confused the GPS and we had to circle the area several times, the construction occurring outside on the road didn't help much either. Several homeless people are in the area.
My friend and I walked in and it was completely empty and we even wondered if it was open, but we were quickly seated by the server who we really enjoyed talking to (all three of us are medical people and the server is also an RN). Food was decent, atmosphere in the restaurant was nice. We really appreciated the service.
I do wish their accurate menu was available. I found one menu on their website. My friend found a different on their Facebook, and we found a completely different third menu when we got there!
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