I'm looking to have either lunch or brunch at either one and was wondering if there were any qualitative differences besides ino being much smaller. Is the food much better at one versus the other? What's the vibe or scene at each?
Menus are more or less the same. ino is tiny by comparison - maybe a 5th of the size of inoteca. I have been rushed at ino, while never at inotecca.
i never like going to inoteca...totally different vibe...more of a restaurant...weird crowd that i dont really care for.
ino is smaller, intimate and yes cramped but the staff are always the same, always friendly and the food is always tops.
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