Not your typical bar food, the menu was impressive, however the descriptions and the actual product were not what we got. When you order a Bruscetta Flatbread with fresh tomato, basil and gouda cheese, with balsamic drizzle that's what you expect. What we got was flatbread with pizza sauce, some kind of cheese, (may have been gouda) and what appeared to be canned diced tomato, sprinkled with basil flakes and no drizzle, all this for $9, a little overpriced I think. If we wanted pizza we would havle gone to a pizza place. The black and bleu burger was ok, however they used some type of cheese sauce as opposed to real bleu cheese, and the lettuce appeared wilted, usually burgers are served without the top on, so you can see what you got this was served together so you really couldn't see what you got. Overall, I would expect a waitress to be a little concerned when you order something and don't eat it, instead she asks if you want a box, really. Yes we took a box so we could show our son what this place calls bruscetta, (He cooks at an italian restaurtant), he thought it was a cheap pizza. Needless to say we won't be back too soon, or at all. I'm guessing after a few beverages anything would be acceptable.
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