We came with a very large group on the 4th of July to celebrate a birthday. The restaraunt had a spectacular view of the water and the restaraunt had a nice ambiance. Our server was very friendly and helpful. Our appetizers were pretty good. We were in a little wing of the restaraunt that had 3 large parties. Before our meals came our waitress collapsed and had a seizure in the wing where we were sitting. I have never seen anyone have a seizure it was the scariest thing I've ever seen. Everyone jumped up and rushed over to her but no one could do anything. Then our meals came. No one could really eat we were panicked and a bit traumatized. We waited as the paramedics came in and checked on her. I feel like at this point the manager should of came and moved everyone to a different table. No one could enjoy there meal because we were all sitting there watching and hoping she was ok. She ended up leaving with a friend and not going to the hospital. I understand the staff of the restaraunt was panicked and concerned but so were the customers. We were there for a good while after everything and the manager never came to the table and said anything. I was extremely disappointed in his lack of concern or care for the people dining in his restaraunt. He should of came and atleast said I'm so sorry that happened folks is there anything I can do to make your dining experience better. Just at least acknowledged the situation. The quality of the food was definitely not worth the price tag. We paid over $500 on food we picked at and just wasn't very good. One we got our check we saw an automatic 20% gradituity added. I don't think I would ever return.
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