We went in with excitement and eagerness to try this place out, but we were disappointed right when we walked in. Instead of walking out, we decided to give the place a chance since we had read good things. The decor looked as if it were about to go out of business and was in a bit of an identity crisis. Is it a creative fine dining establishment or a neighborhood bar or a fast-food joint? It appeared as though someone stole the art that was hanging on the walls and left the sad empty hooks bare and unappealing. To have our hostess also be our waitress was a little strange especially from behind a old and beat up music stand placed awkwardly in the room. Nothing matched or seemed to be thought out, and no charm. Our table's legs were very uneven which made it hard to eat at without our food and drinks rocking back and forth. The menu looked promising, but after looking around at what other people's food looked like, we decided to order two glasses of wine and a cheese plate. Again, disappointed. Small boring portions and over priced for what you got. Our waitress acted as though she had better things to do and the rest of the staff seemed a bit aloof. The vibe was flat just like the room temp tap water we were served. The best part of the night was leaving and grabbing a delecious taco from next door. We are long time Austinites and understand and value the good, local, creative and "weird" that our city loves and embraces. Sadly, this place misses the mark. So many other good choices in Austin... Especially for the money!