Step in from Sibley Street and join the after-work crowd for happy hour at the bar here. There's much to recommend at this restaurant, which tosses up a range of influences (North African cuisine along with some contemporary American flavors) courtesy of chef David Fhima. The décor is truly eclectic; visitors are greeted by an elaborate colored glass design element that stretches around the front entrance of the restaurant. The culinary bustle at happy hour (which is actually five hours, every day) includes two-cheese flatbreads, sea salt fries with two sauces, and ahi tuna. If you're staying around for dinner, try to grab a table that, ahem, faces Mears Park. (For those who like to make new friends, the happy hour is the happiest place for such matters in this corner of Lowertown). Recommended starters include the pizzas, and the seven-vegetable tagine with locally sourced veggies is a solid offering as well. Finally, FACES sells bottles of wines to take away, a good start for a picnic in Mears Park or down by the Mississippi River.