M.A.K.E. has done a decent job of transforming its corner of the space into a green oasis, with soothing wooden walls and tables, and plenty of plant-life accents. You get the feeling that if this restaurant were on street level, it would be packed. As it stands, business is slow, and waiters and managers seem almost surprised and delighted when you show up and sit down. “How did you hear about us?” they ask, excitedly. Read the story.
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