The place has a kind of an easygoing sort of Orthodox vibe.
I like the OK because the people are friendly without being nosy. I lead p’sukei d’zimra and shacharit frequently, and it brings back happy memories of an Orthodox synagogue in Germany that I went to when I was studying abroad in college in 1992 (where I lead p’sukei d’zimra; I sense a pattern). The place has a kind of an easygoing sort of Orthodox vibe. Yeah, the neighborhood’s expensive, but no matter where you live, people aren’t going to give you grief about how you got here on Shabbos. They’re just glad you’re here. Michael’s d’vars are a highlight of the service. The cholent at kiddush is not to be missed; same for the l’chayims if that’s your thing.