I really liked this place, wth fusion tapas. Had the grilled pears on pecan crisp with asagio and spinach salad, and curried chichen salad on flat bread. They had 26 bottles and 7 taps, including Lost Coast products, Red Seal, Harpoon, Delirium Nocturnum ($$$). Service was friednly and clientele going from tourists to movie biz people. (close to Universal Studios, FL).
Cool lookin place, great food, excellent beer selection for a restaurant, good service, but every time I’ve been there the music is too fuckin loud. You can buy artwork off the walls that has been created on the premises. They also have some top notch liquor at the bar.
fluids (29) Massachusetts | September 4, 2005| Updated December 11, 2005
This place specializes in appetizers which includes Eggrolls, Tapas and they have a great home made Sangria. Their texas chicken eggrolls are fantastic. You can eat an entire meal on appetizers. They have dancers that come out and entertain eaters every 40 minutes or so. Artists work in the middle of the restaurant on their pieces and you can get your palm read as well. The walls of the entire restaurant are adorned with art work from local artists that you can actually purchase. The beers on tap in include Lost Cost Crazy 8 on tap. Bottles: Lost Cost Indica, Delirium Nocturnem and St. Bernardus 8.
This place is totally unique in its atmosphere, and their beer selection suits it well. It’s a place you have to visiit at least once, and if you catch it on a day when the service is good, you may go back, but it’s a gamble---I’ve had both good & awful service there.
This is a restaurant that only seves appetizers.Yes they do add up.Go with a bunch of people.You all order at least 2 and share with the table.Now they have homade sangria and ther wine list is adequate.Beers on the other hand are not bad for a restaurant.Lost Coat 8 ball stout and apricot wheat on tap.In bottles they have 60 minute ipa and aventinus eisbock, just to name a few of the beers.I highly recomend this place.