We dined here for the first time on a Saturday evening with reservations for 2. We were seated at a small table against a wall without delay. The volume of waitstaff closely passing our table at top speed suggested that we were on a highway. Large plastic dishwasher trays of glassware were carried by within inches of our food, one brushing my shoulder. Two grungy looking 5-gallon-buckets of ice went by as the floor shook with the footfalls of the burdened waiter. The frenzied location was near a corner and apparently a direct line between two "stations". Waitstaff flew by with such speed my hair was blown. My table was in their way and this made me feel extremely underappreciated as a patron. I suspect our table was one that came out of the closet just for Saturday evening's rush, when normally this path would have been wide open for the scads of foot traffic. The large waitstaff needed room to maneuver and our table was an obstacle.
Our waiter, on the other hand, was a gem with an engaging personality and greatly appreciated. The quality of the food was good. Prices were high. The raucous, cafeteria atmosphere and slovenly dress of other patrons did not seem to support the reputation of the establishment.
I relayed my displeasure about the poor location of our table to the hostess on our way out. Her pasted smile and vacuous expression suggested my remarks would not be passed on to anyone above her. Dinner for two WITHOUT any alcohol was $95.
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