Tweet ..Let's Eat. Some friends recommended it and while I knew that it was associated with Big Chicks Bar, a very popular gay bar in Uptown, but that's all I really knew. I was told that Tweet was very popular, that it took no reservations and was cash only, so I warned the people that were joining me and I planned for a visit a little earlier than I usually plan my brunches. I arrived a little early and confirmed what my friends said, that it was a very popular place. The fact that we went on Father's Day may have contributed to the crowd, but I saw enough people that didn't seem to be or be with parents that I would guess that it's popular in any case. I also saw that it looked rather small, or at least has a small storefront. When I entered, I saw that while the patio was small and the entrance was narrow, it did have two rooms and was fairly deep. The room was set up with banquette seating on both sides with a walkway between the two sets of tables. The banquette was wood but it did have throw pillows which did add some comfort. The walls were covered with pictures, both photographic and painting that are curated around the notion of space, interior, exterior, urban, and rural. The images were very good and it was interesting to look at all of them. When we were seated, we were greeted with a plate of Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake that was sprinkled with Powdered Sugar. The cake was moist, sweet, and had a lot of chocolate chips. I am sure that it would have been very good with coffee had I actually ordered coffee. I ordered a breakfast cocktail which I enjoyed.
I really enjoyed my meal here. The space looked really nice, the art was nice, the staff was very friendly, and the food was good. I was surprised that it stayed so far under the radar online and have to think that the crowds are locals. In any case, it was very good and would enjoy returning.