An artist quietly working at easels set up throughout the restaurant.
Drinks are apparently their specialty.
Because Palette 22 is more of a tapas restaurant, guests were encouraged to order several small plates and share them among their party. Had my friends and I not have gone for brunch, we may have tried this out. But alas, we ordered just one plate each, giving their globally-inspired menu a try.
I ended up getting the Tacos al Pastor. Verdict: ehh, the meat was pretty dry and the flavors, I didn't think, had incorporated well.
While I will say I did sorta like the vibe and aesthetic of the space, with the murals and artist loft-feel, I don't think I'll be paying Palette 22 another visit. I wasn't particularly a fan of the food or the prices, but I do love the concept. Supporting and giving exposure to local artists is, I think, a great idea. I'll be curious to see how Palette 22 fares.
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