Enjoying wine and good food made this place seem like a no-brainer. They had some comfortable sofas designed for the Happy Hour Crowd, but the rest of the seating was on hard chairs.
The location is great, but after being seated inside and unable to hear myself talk to my wife, due to the noise being generated from the people at a big table inside and the hard surfaces, we retreated to the patio. The lighting out there was so poor that, reading the menu would have been easier if it was in braille. The wine list was pretty extensive and pretty expensive as well relative to the actual cost of the wine. We both ordered some medallions of beef- medium rare with a bottle of moderately priced red wine...if $38 a bottle qualifies. The waitress seemed indifferent and only made rare appearances and after she served the wine was rarely seen. When the food arrived, the portions were minute and the medallions were tough and were well done. The plates were presented with so napkins or silverware, but with a big steak knive. I guess we were supposed to eat it with our fingers. We had to ask for napkins and silverware and then later some bread.
I would be surprised if this place survives in the current economy. Poor Value..Poor Service..Poor Preparation....can't overcome just having a nice location. I won't be coming back. WHEW !!!!!
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