Everything was okay but nothing was special. We went before a Kennedy Center show and they did keep things moving so we wouldn't be late, but there was a lack of attention to detail.
We ordered olives and never got them. We ordered bruschetta for four and the server, said it was small so we might want two. One was enough... we had been upsold. The tomatoes for the bruschetta had clearly come directly from the fridge to our table... it was ice cold, not room temperature, and needed seasoning. There was an enormous tomato in one serving taking up space and again showing a lack of attention to detail.
The servers were friendly enough, but there was nothing "fine dining" about it. They reached across the table to fill glasses, and to serve and remove plates.
The food was OK. The scallops were good but it was a small plate and the gnocchi OK, but it was a huge pile of food. The salmon looked good and the pork chop was fine, but both we overcooked. Thankfully, there was salt and pepper on the table, because everything needed to be seasoned. We decided to pass on dessert because they basically given us any reason to think it would be any better.
The wine was good and reasonably priced and nothing was horrible. It was just that nothing was great. And for $200 for four with tip, we expected better.
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