We were two ladies who stopped in at 4:00 pm for a late lunch/early dinner in a Saturday afternoon. We sat at a booth and our orders were taken. We started with glasses of wine and within ten minutes we were asked if we wanted more wine. My guest sad yes, even though her glass was 3/4 full, since our waiter implied we were in a happy hour. Later we learned we weren't in happy hour and after we had already paid our bill, the waiter came back to tell us we owed $5 more (after the bill was run and paid) for the second glass of wine.
She wouldn't have ordered it if he hasn't implied that she should get it prior to happy hour ending.
Atmosphere? None. While eating our meal, another, older male patron came to our booth and sat himself down and started a trivial conversation and interrupted our meal. It was uncomfortable and unwelcome. We were not at a bar, but dining. The waiter saw this and did nothing to move this creep on from our booth. After we got rid of this creep, the waiter came over and apologized. He said the staff there knew this guy was bothering all the women in the restaurant and they did nothing to stop him. We were not there at a bar, we were having lunch in a booth and the staff was obviously aware of this patron bothering female diners and they didn't care.
Food is mediocre. The pasta fagioli soup was a plate of beans, a few pasta noodles and no broth. We asked for calamari (their special that day) to be served without tentacles and the waiter said they could not serve rings only so we did not order it. Otherwise what we ordered was relatively tasteless.
There are too many places with a nice atmosphere, better food and knowledgable staff to eat at locally. We won't be back.
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