At first glance, Tinto looks like a lovely place, with 2 levels, many vegetarian items, and an overall great atmosphere.
Unfortunately, our experience was most disappointing. Although the actual food was excellent, our service was slow and horrible. With very few egg dishes, with mostly vegetarian options, organic fair trade coffee, in a short and long format menu.
The long form looks like a scholarly, peer reviewed journal article with bibliographic references, footnotes (very tongue and cheek). It was rather entertaining.
Food is Latin American inspired, incredible, great portions. Tinto has a lofty space on 2 levels. It has a comfortable decor of hues of red and earth tones. It is very spacious with hardwood tables and chairs. The overall “look and feel” won me over. Tinto works with local suppliers to offer local food. They offer free magazines to read, all-day breakfast and brunch, soups, amazing funky salads, grilled wraps, sandwiches, pastries, and hot and cold beverages.
For my meal, I ordered the black bean with goat cheese, grilled pepper and eggplant, with a side salad of greens.
To conclude, if you live a vegan/vegetarian lifestyle, Tinto is the place for you! Tinto also hosts the occasional documentary film screening or spoken word night on its upper level. They hold many workshops in activism, poetry, storytelling, songs, and prose.