City, O' City is as good as it gets. Seriously, this place never ceases to amaze me and we have an interesting history. Before their remodel, I was introduced to City, O' by... well I don't know who or why, but I went. This place changed my perspective on food from the moment I walked in. I remember the first time I went into this small cabin-like-but-sophisticated-early 20th century or late 19th century but very modern establishment. I was happy to find the element of space and yet a certain kind of solidness to everything in the place. I was content with this for a long time and then I got sick of it. I just plain got sick of it. When this happens I generally never go back to a restaurant because they never change. Never in my wildest dreams (and they are WILD) did I think City, O' City would change. But it did. It changed A LOT. Not only did they renovate the entire space but they added an ENTIRE new portion, doubling the size and adding to my so coveted space, oh yeah and by the way they made, you know, AN ENTIRE NEW MENU (which really looks great, the fork and knife sandwich is... epic! What can I say about this renovation? INSPIRED LIFE FORCE ENERGY REVELATION! All I could think at first was how bold it is to have an open kitchen and cutlery chandeliers and random lounge comfort zones. Most of the time I would feel like the whole thing was a bit of a tragedy, with all it's boldness. But with COC the whole thing makes sense. The whole thing is a logical progression from the previous vision. To me, the change sort or resembles what happens when a very talented 20 something becomes a very talented 30 something. City, O' City has matured and it has matured for the better.