we arrived at 1:30 for lunch and and walked into mass confusion. The place was nearly empty and yet staff were scurrying everywhere with their hair on fire. We were directed to the menu on the wall, which was very confusing. Instead of having 60-70 items on the menu, none of which you do particularly well, why not pare it down to 20 and make them spectacular? Asked about protein bowls we had seen advertised. The hostess looked at us like we had three heads. Never heard of protein bowls. Go find the manager. He explains no protein bowls are ready. We were then directed to a cashier-in-training. Sweet little lady. Tried very hard, but had to get the manager twice to un-confuse herself (and us) about menu items. Then I really threw her a curve. I wanted a beer. Underage staff; had to get the manager again. Finally finished the ordering process. $26.00 for a half sandwich with a cup of soup, a whole sandwich with a cup of soup, one beer and a water. Wow, this should be really good. We then noticed the health department rating: 89. Cause for minor concern, but not bad enough to cancel the order and leave. While waiting for our order, I went to the men's room. The water to the lavatory didn't work. There was another lavatory in the hall between the men's and ladies restrooms. No water to that faucet either. No way to wash one's hands. Wait a minute: where do employees wash their hands before returning to work? Obviously they don't, which may explain the 89 from the health department. Food finally arrived at 2:00, by which time we were the only people in the restaurant. Beer served with no bevnap; sweated all over the table. Pimiento cheese sandwich served on a hard roll, which means when you attempt to bite into the sandwich, the filling squirts out all over the place. Food was OK, but not $26.00 worth. Won't be going back. Ever. I hope the sweet little cashier-in-training escapes before it's too late.
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