An only marginally useful restaurant review.
Well, I’d write a review of this joint, but when you wait for 2+ hours for a table (after being told “45 minutes”) anything tastes good and you’ve had enough wine to make the details pretty hazy.
The bad: 2+ hours for a table.
The good: getting a bottle of champers comped for waiting 2+ hours for a table.
The stuff that was good that I distinctly remember was a salad with peaches and a tomatillo vinaigrette, a grilled sturgeon with yummy pickled green tomatoes and a grilled chicken with green grapes. Everything else was largely forgettable (not sure if it was due to the wine consumption or the food being meh).
Overall, I wouldn’t wait as long as we did for a table. Hopefully when the hype dies down, so will the crowds. Cool little spot.