Fun interiors, open kitchen, interesting brunch menu. We arrived at 10:30am and no one was there. There are two courses with options of endless sharable appetizers and sides.
We got the Mexican sweet breads, scrambled eggs, and creme brulee oatmeal to share. My friend got the sweet potato waffles and I got the Wagyu steak with eggs. The stands outs: Sweet potato waffles which was covered in macerated berries was amazing. I was pleasantly surprised by the creme brulee oatmeal, it was so good I ordered seconds.
A bit pricier than the typical lunch fare but I enjoyed the experience and left wanting more creme brulee oatmeal.
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