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The Red Canary
Posted by Jennifer on 08/02/2010
I'll keep it short and simple. Awesome! We had about 15 ppl in our party-service was good, food was soooo delicious and tasted fresh with passion. The interior is so rediculously beautiful-I want my house to look like this-so comfortable-screams 1920's!
Posted by RH on 12/10/2009
We went there for Brunch and were all very excited to try it out. When we got there we were impressed by the decor of the restaurant. When we entered they told us to sit whereever we want. It took the server about 10 minutes just to come to our table and the bartender 10 minutes to make a mimosa and 3 bloody marys. If you get the bottomless mimosa or blody mary, you may want to alert the server when you're halfway done or you are just going to feel ripped off. All the staff looked like models, and it is probably safe to assume they got hired based on their headshot and not their skill. The food was good and everyone was happy about the omelets. The bisquits and gravy could use a bit more gravy. Overall, I thought it was a beautiful space, the food was ok, but the service was just aweful. I may go again, but none of us are clamoring to.
Posted by Lillith on 08/02/2009
As soon as my friends and i sat down, we were enchanted by the sexy candle-light atmosphere. Half our conversation was inspired by the imaginations provoked by the atmosphere. A great place for a girls night out and a great place for friends, but not the place for a first date. The food was delicious; angus beef sliders melt in your mouth and the cherry tomatoes pinched my palate awake. The Vodka Vagabond was juicy and refreshing. And the other "wittly" named cocktails such as the "21st Amendment" were just as great.