I am a beaver, with a single large tooth and my hand raised in the air as a greeting. My mouth is slightly ajar, expressing my happiness.
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their weekend $43 unlimited food and drink brunch is pretty amazing. definitely make a reservation so you don't miss out.
I know it's technically for 'kids,' but their kids grilled cheese is fantastic. five bucks, with chips, veggies, and a pickle. perfect cheap lunch.
the scrambles. get one of them. but maybe share with a friend, because they're gigantic.
oh my god. the spoonful of happiness. get it.
oh man. the fried chicken. the waffles. the mac and cheese. just get a veggie side so you can claim it was a little healthy.
fantastic and creative brunch. grab two mains and a breakfast pizza for four people. and a bunch of bloody marys.
take the boat around sunset. and, though everyone is crowded on the second level, the views are just as good on the first.
amazing meal. the squid ink couscous is a must, and, for dessert, the chocolate lokma (just make sure you eat it in one bite).
so delicious. the pesto sea bass appetizer was amazing, as were the kebabs. grab some wine and enjoy the view.
Get a small platter with all the different flavors and eat through them until your body can no longer process the sugar.
Don't skip the harem ticket, even though it costs a little extra; it's the best part!
I'm not sure why this place isn't always full; it's great! For a nice date night, get a couple small dishes (maybe oysters and duck pastrami), a main (duck paella is delicious), and a bottle of wine.
they have liqueur-fried oreos. that is all you need to know.
if it's your first time, go for the fried chicken. and I'd go for the side of sweet corn replacing the greens. it's so good!
walking in here feels like you're being hugged by a french bakery... wafting rich butter and melted chocolate with the comforting warmth of fresh coffee.
sign up for their free preferred customer thing and get 10% off. it's free money!
if you're a member, you get invited to their winter walks! few things are more magical than wandering around here in the snow...
this place feels like being in a tiny fourth floor tokyo isakaya, with an incredibly filling and creative omakase (and less expensive than most places). be sure to sit at the bar.