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"Part of the issue is size. Hughie's is housed in a former Dairy Queen, though the only thing that might indicate the building's previous tenant is the signature shape of the sign out front that now bears the Hughie's name. It's a small space — a full-fledged restaurant housed in a fast-food shell — and though the tavern-esque interior isn't annoyingly crowded with tables, the kitchen seems unable to keep up with the customer demand in a timely fashion. Nearly a year after opening, Hughie's is still figuring it out." Find out more about Hughie's Tavern and Vietnamese Grill in our review, "Hughie’s Offers Inconsistent Food and Long Waits, but the Crowds Keep Coming."
Published on June 12, 2014