I would have given it a 4 or 5 when it opened, but like many of the restaurants in this chain (Tryst, Open City) it's gone downhill with time.
Overall: fantastic atmosphere for working solo, couples night out, or group brunch. Food is ok but has gone downhill, feels a little slapdash. Service has never been good and continues to be an issue.
Atmosphere is lovely - upscale diner vibe, with large and separate areas: table seating, lounge with sofas and easy chairs, and bar.
Service - my biggest complaint, even since the beginning. Service seems almost amateurish at times. Very long gaps between check-ins from wait-staff, even when just waiting for the bill. And frequently feel forgotten when have asked for something once our food has arrived (ketchup, extra napkin, missing cutlery, etc.)
Food - food is still pretty decent, though the portion sizes have gotten stingy with time, especially for the prices. The burger used to be one of my favorites, now it's pretty average. Menu also hasn't changed much since it opened and is starting to feel stale. Breakfast food is simple and tasty but not worth the price. A couple interesting dishes like the hash bowl, but again, very small portions of whatever the meat or toppings are.
Coffee drinks are great, and will occasionally stop in for milkshakes, which are really tasty.