There is something so wrong about a restaurant where the average check for 2 people runs about $100 and which won't take reservations. This is not a burrito place, it's a pricy restaurant, and this no reservation policy means, to me, that the place is being run for the benefit of the owners, not the patrons. This policy may have worked when Pearl was new and the weather was good, but who the heck would go there on a cold rainy night and stand outside waiting? This no reservation nonsense is going to do them in, and deservedly so. I have not gone back since July, and won't until I can reserve a table and know I'll be served. A rstaurant which doesn't value its customers will soon lose them.
Pros: good parking
Cons: , expensive