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O.H.S.O. Exceeds Expectations

O.H.S.O.+Exceeds+Expectations
Finn Wallace

As you sit, you feel the warm breeze from the canal, and the chatter from neighboring tables. 

A friendly face greets you, asking what your drink order will be.

An environment with such homeliness can only be one restaurant: O.S.H.O Brewery — Sunnyslope.

Recently opened, this restaurant is located in the Sunnyslope area and can only be described as a quick fan favorite in the community.

To start, surprisingly, as a brewery, their food is fantastic, spanning from pizza to salads to tacos, all prepared with such efficiency. 

The service was incredible; we only waited about three minutes before a cheerful waitress came and took our order, and only 10 more minutes before all of our food came out.

I have visited O.S.H.O. during both their brunch and lunchtime and can happily say that even with the busyness that is instilled around a hyped restaurant, everything was extraordinary.

Even with the limited time the staff has been at the establishment, everyone has mastered the art of running an effective restaurant. 

Another thing that is great about O.S.H.O. is its dedication to Sunnyslope High School.

When I visited, many of Sunnyslope’s own were working as hostesses, waitresses, and busses.

Although some of the employees are still getting the hang of restaurant life, the progress made after only one month of being open is incredible.

The one downside to the restaurant is that the prices don’t match a high schooler’s wallet, with most lunch and dinner entrees costing an average of 18 dollars. 

A great way to bypass this issue is their amazing deal: ½ of any pizza and ½ of any salad for only $14. 

I ordered this during their dine-in deals time: Monday-Friday from 11 am-3 pm, and I was not let down.

This dish is a perfect amount of food as a cheaper alternative to ordering a whole pizza or a whole salad. 

But, their brunch menu shouldn’t be slept on, having a variety of both savory and sweet options.

But, the real star of the show is the connecting Little O’s Cafe right next door.

When you first walk into the establishment, you are greeted with a plethora of adorable mini donuts and delectable pastries.

Similar to Luci’s at the Orchard, Little O’s has a gift shop filled with countless little goodies, ranging from socks to coasters to stuffed animals.  

Little O’s is also where take-out pizza and drinks can be picked up.

All things considered, O.S.H.O. Brewery is heading in the right direction, and if they continue with the great service and delicious food, they are going to be known as a Sunyslope classic very soon.

O.S.H.O. Brewery and Little O’s is located off Central Ave and is open from 7 am-10 pm on weekdays and 7 am-12 pm on weekends.

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