Took over an hour for our entrees to come, way too much time between appetizers and dinner food.
Will return again - good amazing and great ambiance. Looking forward to trying brunch
Chose Outerlands due to the location and was pleasantly surprised by the décor and the meal. Loved it, reminded me of something I'd see on HGTV. Would definitely recommend, especially since my business meeting went so well!
Once again the food was out of this world good! The seared edge of the lamb shoulder was extraordinary. Cauliflower soup and bread together is heavenly. Keep it coming!
We really liked the ambiance and service - warm and casual. We loved the bread, salad, and salmon entree. The gnocchi was good, but the portion was too small. The cauliflower soup was good and had an interesting flavor. I didn't love it, but it was quite unique. We had a warm chocolate cookie that was delicious tasting, but it could have been hotter.
Amazing food. Mediocre service. Hipster vibe.
We had a glorious cocktail (Harvard), followed by an incredible dinner, including pressed lamb shoulder (YUM!), and finished by splitting a homemade chocolate chip cookie, and a pot of tea. Everything was beyond delicious. (Do not miss the bread, btw.) It was a wonderful evening out.
Every expectation met, and surpassed, very welcoming, accommodating with a small child, unique and fantastic flovor in each dish
Used to be good. Now--not so much. They charge $5/bread which is not friendly. Portions were very small. Cauliflower soup w/ nuts tasted predominantly of nuts. No one at the table could taste any cauliflower in the soup. Asparagus salad had good flavor but if it was made from more than 4 asparagus, I'd be surprised. Ordered Tres leche cake for desert and what arrived had absolutely nothing related to Tres Leche cake. This was Tres Leche cake taken waaay past deconstructing the cake. What was worse was that no one at the table liked it. THe bill for 4 people was close to $200 with tip. I had soup and salad, my husband had olives and clams, and another guest had pulled pork fritters + 1 drink and I don't remember what the last person had. We split 2 deserts. Not worth the money and not worth wasting a dining opportunity.
And the seating was uncomfortable on hard wood benches. They could have put cushions on the bench.
The food is mostly very good. I enjoyed the cauliflower soup and the lamb. The desserts were a little disappointing in contrast to the stellar mains.
Be warned - some of the 2-tops are high tables with stools. Not very accessible. It took a bit of attitude to get a new table. We would have had to leave had they not given us a new spot. I'm glad we stayed. That lamb was superb.
Food too salty. Salmon drowning in bean broth. Great bread!