Rintintin feels like a casual cafe you’d find in the south of France if the south of France were filled with people who shop at Stüssy and Brandy Melville. It’s a nice little spot decorated with wine bottles, plants, and photos of Mediterranean beach scenes, and it’s perfect for when you need a somewhat cool, reasonably priced dinner option. Entrees like clam linguine and chicken tagine hover in the $20-$30 range, and there are a few small plates like burrata, hummus, and calamari. Some of those dishes might sound tempting, but don’t think too hard about your order. Just get the burger. It’s simple, with a thick patty, a squishy bun, and a side of crispy fries.