Little Spoon Eatery
angie b ramirez
Great food! Super impressed with the quality of the food. We didn't know how it worked so quickly lost our place in line while waiting for someone to help us get a table.... If you haven't been there before you need to stand in line and place your order at the host stand then take a number. Looks full service but operates more like a fast casual. Don't expect a handle on your hot coffee, that's arriving in a soup bowl! Table was wobbly, lights were dusty, but the food?! So good. The donuts w the whipped cream cheese and mixed berry topping are a must.we both had bacon egg and cheese sandwich, out of this world. Slab bacon cooked perfectly with a soft potato roll, grilled in the middle! Totally craveable!
The food was great and the service was amazing. I had never met any of these people before yet they went above and beyond to make me feel like I was a special vip costumer and they treated everyone with this level of kindness. I highly recommend this place to anyone and everyone
The cutest little eatery. It's different because you order and pay first them find a table. Nice! But if sitting at the bar it's full service. I had the chicken biscuits. Omg. Amazingly good. With the yummy tater tots. What's breakfast without a Mimosas. Mmmm. I will definitely be back!
Isnt it ironic. That no spoons were provided with our coffee (neither were handles for that matter) The good: the food was tasty and inventive if in need of some salt (which was provided). The silly: The fact that you order before being seated makes for a weird interaction, no suggestions or mention of specials, and you are asked to pay and tip before you have received anything. This is not counter service so I am confused
This place COULD be great with a few minor tweaks. The food is really good but several other key areas are lacking. 1. It is FREEZING inside. My wife and I were so cold that we kept our winter coats on. I saw the thermostat, so I walked over to check it out. It was 64 degrees inside in the middle of January! This has to be fixed. 2. As soon as you walk in the door, you have to place your order before being seated. This doesnt make sense in a restaurant. The premise of eating out is to be comfortable and to enjoy the convenience of being waited on. Nix the awkward order at the door concept and switch to normal table service. 3. The chairs were brutally uncomfortable. Again, the premise of a restaurant is to be comfortable and to enjoy the convenience of the experience. The chairs were the equivalent of sitting on a cold rock. A final comment is that it is quite expensive. Had the three points above not been an issue, the cost wouldnt be as big of a deal. But with the current situation, it is WAY too expensive.