Opened in 1994, Indigo has a pretty decent atmosphere for either dinner or post-work drinks. They're also open for lunch, but I haven't been there for lunch so I don't have an opinion on that. There is both indoor and outdoor seating, a swanky, but somewhat over-priced menu with several different meats and fish dishes and what they say is a "nationally recognized" wine list. The service is also really good.
For dinner, we ordered a few PuPus (Hawaiian for Appetizers). We had the Grilled Chive Flat Bread with Balsamic Vinegar and Extra Virgin Olive Oil; Crisp Goat Cheese Won Tons with Four Fruit Sauce; and Lobster Pot Stickers with Thai Ginger Sauce (they were out of their chicken shiitake mushroom pot stickers). The Chive Flat Bread was okay, but nothing special. At $3.75, though, it's a decent deal. The other two appetizers were amazing. We disagreed about which was better - the won tons or pot stickers. They could not have been more flavorful and for a lounge/restaurant, the portions were good. The won tons had a perfectly crispy shell with soft cheese filling. The pot stickers were not greasy at all and were filled with tender lobster meat and a soft noodle shell.
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