At lunch time during the fall craft fair, we were weaving through the crowds looking for a place to sit and rest (and eat!) Wandered into this restaurant and to our surprise they seated us right away.
We were handed a paper "festival" menu with eight offerings at $10.95 each, plus drinks. I completely understand why they had to have a limited menu and I suppose it was pretty smart planning. The craft fair crowd was MASSIVE and to offer a full menu would have been a real challenge. A friend and I ordered the Portobello Caesar Wrap after being assured that they did not use anchovies in their Caesar dressing. The rest of our party each ordered the 1906 Tampa sandwich. I have to admit that at $10.95, I was pretty disappointed in my wrap. But, it was sustenance and kept me going for the rest of the afternoon.
The bright spot of our meal was our server. I wish I had caught his name because he was pretty special. You'd imagine that because of the craziness of the day, you'd be rushed and not treated with the hospitality you might normally receive during a typical visit. But he was so kind and patient with us that it really impressed me. Always had a smile and our drinks were never empty.
I would return based solely on the service he provided us, with the hope of sitting in his section and getting a better meal.
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