The atmosphere is enhanced by a fire feature that was most welcome on a cold rainy day. The wait-staff were likewise warm and friendly. It has only been open a week or two, so some kinks were being worked out but everyone checked back with us to make sure we were well cared for, and the drinks and food were well-designed and interesting (I'll go back to try other things). They accommodated my gluten intolerance.
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