Hubby and I hit downtown, with no baby in tow. And good thing he wasn't with us. By the time we got to G&G, it was about 8pm and the only seating available for 2 was either at the bar or small table on the patio. We opted for the bar.
Brussel sprouts and shishito peppers were good, perfect as an appetizer and beer snack.
I had mixed feelings about the ramen. Initially, I thought the broth was rather bland. It wasn't until the last couple of slurps did I think, ok I guess it's not so bad. My brother, who had the same ramen, a couple hours before, thought it was on the salty side. He asked if I mixed the everything together. Ok, no I didn't. Since hubby and I were sharing it, I just grabbed my portion and gave him the rest of the bowl. I wasn't crazy about the ramen texture, either. Personally, I like my noodles to be softer whereas G&G's was on the doughy side.
Overall, I'm not crazy about their ramen but, I did like everything else I tasted. We'll definitely be back to try other things on the menu.
Are they baby friendly? Since Conor wasn't with us, I can't say if they have a high chair or not. They do have booths along the wall where you can sit the car seat on but, on a busy night there might be a wait for them. Even though their setup more like a bar than a restaurant, the noise level was very bearable.
Goro & Gun
306 Main St.