The inside has that warm and cozy feel to it. Goblets are used as water glasses, accompanied with blue glass water bottles of varying sizes (depending on the size of the party, I'd assume).
Weekend brunch brings a few Austrian classic dishes. I tried Kaiserschmarrn ($9), basically a diced pancake sweetened with raisins, vanilla, and sugar. It's baked in the oven for about 25 minutes, so be prepared to wait if you order this one.
|Weekend brunch menu (top)|
|Weekend brunch menu (bottom)|
(The Slide Inn)
|Closeup of Kaiserschmarrn|
I briefly glanced at the dinner menu, and damn, more awesome European dishes! Hot appetizers include Vegan Polenta Triangles ($9); and Sauteed Spaetzle ($10). Main courses include Pork Wiener Schnitzel ($18) and Gluten-Free Pumpkin Gnocchi ($15).
I love that there are several gluten-free and vegan options. With respect to weekend brunch, I recommend The Slide Inn. We'll see if I ever get the time to try the dinner menu. 8/10