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Despite a recurring "disparity between expectation and reality" and several inconsistencies in portion size, The Bauer's Sunday review of the Dogpatch's Serpentine still sees enough potential to dole out the odds-on-favorite 2.5 stars: "The larger space and more elaborate menu make it seem as if Serpentine is aiming to be Slow Club's big sister, even though the casual style and service are similar ... As much as I like Serpentine, the restaurant is still struggling with consistency. Yet, it's clearly a place that, like its ingredients, will probably grow and expand organically." [Chron]