| August 9, 2011 | 9:56am
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From burgers and flatbreads, to pulled pork and salads -- this is more casual than the ambitious small-plates dinner menu first introduced and featured crispy pig ears, fresh creamed hearts of palm with grilled octopus, and a sweetbreads riff on chicken and waffles.
Although these items will remain on the dinner menu until a new chef revamps it, our favorite picks are creative dishes that focus on a selection of flatbreads ($10 to $12), as well as several new burger combos on brioche.
We like the one topped with tomato, sharp cheddar, and fried egg [$14].) Mancini recommends the grouper tacos with lime and crème fraiche ($9), however.
"It's a big piece of fish," he told New Times.
Plate glass windows and 360-degree bar offers a slew of vantage points for people-watching, while flat screens animate overhead at the bar. And orange accents, dark floors, and leather upholstery warm up the 3,500-square-foot space.
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