Love this place already. Great architecture and interior design; the earth tones and natural wood touches everywhere are really warm and welcoming. The food is great, and they seem to be keeping the menu pretty simple to start out, which seems really smart. The rooftop dining area is a really nice touch, and was more spacious than I was expecting. That works really well during the summer, but I can also see downstairs being a really cozy hang out/meet up spot during the winter. It feels like a mix of cool Portland breakfast spot and Breitenbush aesthetic.
Overall really happy to see this place finally open its doors (which have really amazing handles, by the way; nice touch.)