There tends to be more outdoor than indoor seating in the Grove, a neighborhood where it takes some serious self-control to not steal fries from people’s plates as you walk by unsuspecting sidewalk tables. But Glass and Vine stands out, even among all the other places where you can eat outside. The restaurant’s big patio dips into Peacock Park, a lovely bit of green space where you might actually see a peacock roaming around while you eat your watermelon salad and sweet potato tots. Having dinner here is fine, but this place is best for brunch and lunch, when you can actually see the peacocks coming (before it’s too late).
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