As we said in our review of the food hall, it seems like everyone is talking about R. House. That was further reinforced when our critique of the space and its mission statement about community building and uber-pricey food—a lot of which we enjoyed, for the record—led to even more conversation, with dozens of commenters weighing in to either appreciate our criticisms or slam us for being whiny hipsters. Regardless of which side you're on, it's good to have this dialogue about development, gentrification, and, yes, whether a shiny, high-end food court is all that different from the regular ol' one at the mall. What's abundantly clear is people are buzzing about the place, and that can only be good news for R. House itself. Believe it or not, that's fine by us.