Lincoln Street Kitchen & Cocktails
Biscuit was fantastic. Slightly crunchy on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside. The sausage gravy was some of the best I've had in a long time, it didn't need any salt or pepper. My coffee came in a tiny French press with a timer so that I knew when it was ready. It was adorable and tasty, although it could've been a little warmer. The drinks were complex and delicious. The flavors went together beautifully and were truly delightful. Server was attentive without hovering and the hostess was super helpful. Maybe not the best place for a patio experience but an amazing place for drinks and food.
We went here for cocktails and appetizers. The layout and decor is really thoughtful as it gives a feeling of classy yet cozy. I ended up getting the Wagyu as an appetizer, which was perfect. The part time lover cocktail was my favorite drink I tried. Alisha was our waitress and she did a great job!
I finally came back to this place after almost 3 years. I like the current Brunch menu a lot more than the one back then. We were all happy with our food and drinks. Definitely make a reservation for weekends and keep in mind that it gets really loud when its busy!
The ricotta toast was tasty. I loved the fruit dipped in ricotta! The potato hash was a great side. The shrimp and grits were lacking and I wouldn't order them again. We enjoyed sitting on the rooftop and the entire vibe of the restaurant. The service was also great.
Deeeelish! Last minute decision to stop in for brunch and was blown away. Kept it simple with waffles and a side of eggs and was super impressed with the taste of everything including my orange juice! Boyfriend enjoyed his entree too (Turkish eggs) and side of bacon.