Cramped for brunch. Our food order got overlooked so it took 45 minutes to get breakfast. Food was delicious but our silverware and cups were all dirty which was easily the worst part.
Food was amazing and the restaurant is cozy. Very romantic.
Had a great Valentine’s Day dinner. Food was amazing. We had a great glass of wine and we’ll definitely be back.
The downstairs area of the restaurant is very cool (as is the upstairs area). Food and ambiance is great, the downside was that it seemed the waiter may have had too many tables to take care of (reading previous reviews, seems to be common).
Overall great. Ice tea was tasteless
This is my go-to spot for guests visiting Boston. They have never disappointed in the seven years I have been going here. The eggs benedict, pancakes and french toast are the best! Great cocktails too. Make reservations days in advance. It's a small place so the tables are quite cozy. However, once you get your food, that's all you can focus on! Worth the prices!
I was expecting to sit in the small space I saw thru the windows. I was pleasantly surprised when there was a whole downstairs full of tables and a fireplace! Yummy food. Wished I could have eaten more off the menu. My cappuccino was large n yummy, and hubby's oj was refreshing.
Three of us dined and it was delightful. My hanger steak was seasoned and cooked perfectly, and definitely try the salted caramel cupcake for dessert! Our waitress was really personable but seemed frazzled, but we got what we ordered in the right amount of time, so ultimately it was fine. I'll definitely go back.
One of the best brunches we’ve had in Boston. I got their breakfast sandwich and my husband got the pancakes. Both were incredible.
I really wanted to like this place. Super cute looking, but the seating downstairs is really tight so my husband and I were elbow to elbow with another couple. The service was great! But the food portions are pathetic. My husband got Huervos Rancheros and when they brought it out I almost laughed. The portion size was very small and the price was $14 (for maybe $2 worth of food) so I guess you're paying for the location. He also said it wasn't very tasty. I got the french toast (2 slices). It was yummy but I gave a piece to my husband whose meal was tiny, and honestly, we both left hungry. Our meal came to $37 (not including tip) together for two coffee's and two food plates. We left pretty disappointed.
Friendly staff and great bartender on Sunday brunch!
Met a friend there for brunch. We had 1:30 reservations and they were able to seat us promptly even though they initially warned us that they were 15 to 20 minutes behind. The brunch menu is a great selection of items both mains and small eats. We shared their pastry basket which was a good start for two and could be a meal for one. I had the eggs benedict with ham and cheddar. Came out promptly though the eggs were done "harder" than I would have expected. Was in the downstairs room which is tight space and can get noisy. Over all a pleasant dining experience, a popular neighborhood spot and would definitely go back.
The downstairs is extremely loud and service is slow on Saturday brunch.
Cute little place. Tables are very close together so not great for an intimate dinner but good for a yummy meal!
Normally good comfort food, but this night the burgers we're overcooked and dry and the parm had much too much garlic. Disappointing.