So much, in fact that you find yourself glancing at the kosher certification signs over and over again to make sure you haven't made a mistake.
Food is...meh. Good, but nothing to write home about.
Duck empanadas were seriously underwhelming and overpriced. The sandwhiches were quite nice. The chicken fingers were pretty good.
Note: This is NOT a place for families or young children, especially. It's not that it's a very fancy place, but rather that it's SOOOO trendy that people just really seemed to wince when we arrived with our stroller. They seemed awkward serving us with a baby at the table, and whatever small requests were made to accommodate our daughter - you know, small things like extra napkins, some hot water for her bottle, etc. - were clearly bothersome.