Why is There a Changing Room Inside the Front Door??
What does a cozy restaurant in a smallish space do to keep its patrons from being blasted by cold gusts every time someone opens the front door?
In the case of Linden Hills eatery “Tilia,” you create a “vestibule inside the vestibule,” complete with a heavy, sliding curtain suspended from the ceiling.
So, after passing through a first vestibule, patrons enter a second, presumably seasonal (and temporary) vestibule inside the restaurant.
P.S.: thumbs up on the turkey burger, ixne on the side order of brussel sprouts.