We were among the first to make a reservation well in advance for Valentine's Day dinner. When we arrived we were told neither the main dining area or the nice dining area east of the bar would be available for seating. The main dining area was only half full, the other dining area had one group of four and every other table was empty. I asked about this to no avail. We were shuttled into an unattractive porch area --- dead of a very cold winter, no heat had been on (was around 50 degrees but the heat was going to be turned on soon!) and the few tables not even set up. The person who stuck us there was one of the owners and also "greeting" and acted like we had shown up without a reservation, even though I pointed her to our name near the top of the list when she was having trouble verifying it. Just bizarre. We had a so so meal there last summer, but had good meals on other occasions and thought it be nice to try again. When we got up to leave as the table was being set, the waitress was so embarrassed (and nice) she tried to give us suggestions on where we might go for dinner. The owner as we were leaving was not concerned. No, I don't work for a competitor and we were polite and respectful. Still no reason for the rude manner we experienced. Good news is we had a better meal for half the price a couple of miles up the road, so it ended up being a nice evening at a restaurant that was actually happy to have customers.
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