If you want to visit, this is not the place to go! The food is good, and you will for sure have a wait on the weekends for breakfast, But the space itself is very loud, and when they have a full house, I personally...More
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Quite tasty French dip. Mild horseradish sauce. Very good grilled artichoke appetizer. Hanger steak was super tender. Salt n vinegar fries? No salt. No vinegar. Actually, everything needed a little salt. And there are no shakers on the tables. Service was excellent. Parking lot still...More
Food was excellent! It was nice to see a menu that isn't the same as everywhere else. Service was fantastic and decor and ambiance is exactly what we wanted. Casual and cool.
The food was good, especially the fried green tomatoes. It was kind of loud between music and several kids and babies the night we were there.
Breakfast was amazing. Lovely atmosphere. Walking distance from Newport Channel Inn. Not only did the food taste amazing, but presentation was so appetizing. Seating was a little tight.
We just had dinner at this little restaurant around the corner from our hotel. It's a cute little restaurant and it's tucked at the end of the block, a block northeast of Pacific Coast Hwy off 62nd Street. It may be small, but the ambience,...More
We came here because of a recommendation from a near-stranger, and what good advice! We've eaten at the Newport Beach location and also the Costa Mesa location. WOW. The restaurant is on the small side, so you may need to wait, especially for breakfast. The...More
I finally had my first fish taco made with mahi mahi. It was delish. My daughter had the shrimp tacos. We shared the cauliflower appetizer which was great too. It's not a huge place but we did get immediate seating. The tables were a bit...More
We were a group of five and were lucky to get the last empty table. The cheesy tator tots are wonderful. The fish tacos were good and I loved the black beans. The fish was cooked a little more than I'm used to, but was...More