We picked this restaurant because walking by, the pizzas on other customers' looked delicious. So we went inside and were directed to the upstairs dining room.
When ordering we were informed that they had "completely run out of pizza" This was early in the evening, not at the end of the night? How do you run out of what you are advertising out front? We were really disappointed. We probably exasperated the waitress because we took forever to decide if we wanted to stay or find somewhere else. We ended up staying. The waitress even asked us if we wanted to move to an outside table once one became available, which was nice and which we did. It was fun to sit outside and people watch while eating, but it was astonishing to me how many hotel shuttles passed through within inches of the table.
The only reason I'm giving it 3 stars is because the waitress was attentive and the food was actually pretty good. We had spaghetti, nothing spectacular, but portions were generous and it tasted fine. My son tried the cassoulet which arrived piping hot and was delicious. We passed on the dessert. I might try this restaurant again--but I would check when walking in whether they actually have available what they advertise!
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