Having gone here for brunch last summer, my friends and I were curious to know what Cafe Blackbird's dinner menu was like. We came here on a Friday evening at 6 pm and was told there was a show on at 8 pm. That was fine - we said we were there for dinner and likely wouldn't stay for the show. We ordered 4 plates to share - the beet flatbread, cheese platter, cauliflower tacos and wild mushroom risotto. Among these, my favorites were the last two. The pickled onion in the cauliflower tacos was a refreshing addition and the mushroom risotto had a nice creamy texture. The flatbread was a tad dry and the cheese platter was nothing out of the ordinary, especially for $28. The service was good when we first arrived. As it got busier, it was clear that the number of tables was too much for 2 servers to handle. Nobody came by to refill our waters and when we asked for a refill, our server forgot until we asked once more (just before she gave us the bill). Overall, it was quite pricey for the portion size and quality of food. I would consider coming back for brunch, but probably not dinner.