We (2 adults and 2 kids) went last Saturday to check it out and had a fantastic meal. I think the articles in UT and Eater have served as great advertising.
Started with cream of tomato soup, salt and vinegar pork rinds, pork belly toast with pesto and aoli. Entrees were the spoon burger, the lamb shepherds pie, the Japanese eggplant and the 4 cheese grilled cheese. Dessert consisted of chocolate chip cookies made to order with cold organic whole milk, butterscotch budino. Keeping the review simple because we want to go back. Nice and rustic outdoor seating with heaters, casual. It was busy!!!!!
Best of luck to the chef