|Burrata salad (via BoyMeetsGirlMeetsFood)|
Here's an excerpt from the Ledger's review:
The food makes up for the (lack of) view, with an ever-changing menu of about a dozen small plates including salads, vegetables and flatbreads ($7-$13), three pasta, and half a dozen mains ($13-$20).I didn't take pictures because it was very dark, but here's a blog called Boy Meets Girl Meets Food that posted some nice ones of nearly all the same things we ordered.
While every restaurant now serves a burrata salad, this one stands out, with an unusual beet green pesto, perfectly dressed, slightly bitter frisee and red endive offsetting the silky cheese. Cauliflower with pine nuts and chile aioli earns raves from everyone who orders it. It’s easy to get tips on the best dishes, because the tables are packed together tightly—good for forging new friendships and food recommendations, not as good for private conversation or intimacy.
For vegetarians there are offerings including rapini and buttery gnocchi paired with fava beans and pecorino.
Entrees are a touch more mainstream like crispy halibut with fregola and heartier offerings of stout braised lamb, spit roasted chicken and apple cider pork shank.