Pappe Review
Pappe Review
Pappe Review
Pappe Review
Pappe Review
Pappe Review



We'd usually complain about a $30 bottomless package, but not when it includes essentially the restaurant's entire drink menu -- three mimosa flavors, craft beers, cocktails like Moscow Mules and French 75s, and yes, even tea.



For dishes pushing $30, we'd like to leave feeling a little more stuffed, but you'll have few complaints about the quality, even if the platters are heavy on naan and rice.



Last call was at 3pm -- for a noon reservation -- by which time we had upwards of 15 glasses scattered about.



Tables clustered near the window make for a bright, cozy feel, making the interior feel far more snug than a restaurant with all of three parties has any right being.

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