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Posted by Kiki on 08/20/2008
It all looks good on the surface (decor ala shabby chic, food on the plates, staff) but after dining at nearly all locations, it's all a facade, a coffeeshop with a better menu, a nicer decor, like fake boobs on a beauty...and that same get 'em in and out mentality. I do not like asking for condiments. (Condiments alone tells you a glorified coffeeshop). Ladies and gentleman, as a long past service industry employee, just bring them all to the table and if your customer wants to use them, they will. If they don't, they won't. But please, have them there before the food arrives. Geesh. Every location tested my patience on some level. And the noise! Babyrama. But, go if you must, and choose the Calabasas location (in The Commons). A nice salad afternoon once the breakfast crowd, with cell phones never ending, go about their day.
Posted by live to eat on 09/07/2006
Quaint, cozy New England atmosphere. Curtains on the windows. Atmosphere rating would be higher if tables were farther apart. Food is tasty and reasonably priced. Extremely varied menu--if you can't find something you like here, you're not hungry. Many vegetarian selections, too.