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The business has only had a soft opening and as with any new establishment has some things to work out. The management is very receptive to feedback. I love diner dining so in the week they opened I was there for 6 meals.The portions are plentiful, most are tasty, some problems with food temperature (but they are aware and working on it.) They need more staff and are working on it. All in all it was a positive experience and I look forward to them staying in business.
The food was absolutely delicious. The service was amazing, our server Tara was very friendly and time efficient. Overall the experience was a good one and I had no complaints !
Nice clean restaurant - newly opened. Food was tasty and reasonably priced. Our server Jen was very nice. Overall a pleasant dining experience.
Food was fabulous! Gelato was delicious! Loved the sangria!
I've been tested Roasted Beets , and it was so tasty , I would like recommend here to everybody
I am a normal human being who doesn't stare creepily at girls I don't know and I don't chew on cardboard to remember what it tastes like. As a normal, fully-functional member of society I eat my delicious grilled cheese (usually the crab one, damn it's delicious) proudly and out in the open and then review it objectively. And my review is this: their food is delicious. The cane sugar-sweetened soda comes in many flavors and is delicious. The goat cheese they use in their berry goat salad is delicious. The generous helpings of crab in their crab sandwich combined with whatever that cheese is, is DELICIOUS. Maybe it's not everyone's cup of tea, but it sure is mine, and as a loyal customer I'll be damned if all these sour reviews (on this site and others) hurt the business of one of the few restaurants in town I regularly enjoy with my friends. Go try it yourself and be the judge, I'm guessing you'll be pleasantly surprised.
MeltDown? More like Letdown!------------------------------------------After waiting and waiting for the restaurant to open (4-5 days after the original stated opening date) I needed to try this place out. I finally went, just an hour ago, and boy was that a bad idea. I walked into the restaurant, looked behind the counter and saw a staff of about 15-17. 7 of them were standing there doing nothing while the others worked to make the "Grilled Cheese." After waiting 10 minutes and making occasional eyes with the cute cashier, I received my meal, grilled mac and cheese, and went back to my apartment to eat it. I opened the box and what I saw was a disappointment. Two slices of cheap bread (which tasted like cardboard) and barely cooked mac and cheese awaited my scared, quivering lips. As I took a bite, I knew that this restaurant would surely be a fad. Boy was that the worst grilled cheese I've ever eaten! But I still ate it. I wanted to see if I could. I could, but not without a displeased half frown on my face. After finally finishing the "grilled cheese" (Thank God it's over!) I realized I still had chips to eat. The chips were called "Krunchers Original" chips. I opened it up and took a chip. I ate the chip and made a sudden realization. WOW! These taste like cardboard! I then took a bite out of my cardboard MeltDown box (Yes, a bit much, but I did) and realized that yes, indeed, the chips did taste like cardboard. Besides the adorable cashier, I believe that the meal overall was a 0 star meal. I could make better grilled cheese in half the time for half the price. Oh yeah, for my grilled mac and cheese, it was 7.50. 7.50!! What a ridiculous waste of money. Never again MeltDown!!